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For the seventh consecutive year, Faegre Baker Daniels received a per- fect score of 100 percent on the Cor- porate Equality Index (CEI), a nation- al benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to LGBT workplace equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation. Fae- greBD is one of 571 major U.S. busi- nesses to earn top marks and designa- tion as a Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality. e 2019 CEI rated 1,028 businesses, evaluating LGBT-related policies and practices including non- discrimination workplace protec- tions, domestic partner bene ts, transgender-inclusive health care bene ts, competency programs and public engagement with the LGBT community.
ing topics of the day. Erikson has over 20 years’ experience in the areas of products liability, children’s products, food law and business litigation. She has successfully represented manu- facturers and distributors of a wide range of products in litigation involv- ing claims of personal injuries and property damages.
and public engagement with the LG- BTQ community. Stinson’s e orts in satisfying all of the CEI’s criteria re- sults in a 100 percent ranking and the designation as a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality.  e  rm joins the ranks of over 560 major U.S. busi- nesses that also earned top marks this year.
Julie Nagorski, who practices in De- Witt’s Minneapolis o ce, has been named partner. Nagorski represents all types of clients, from businesses, to trusts, to families and individuals, with a far-reaching range of needs. She earned her J.D. from the Univer- sity of Minnesota Law School and B.A. from the University of Wiscon- sin-La Crosse.Also named partners in the  rm were Madison, Wisconsin, lawyers Chase Horne and Raluca (Luca) Vais-Ottosen.
Sam Khoroosi has joined the  rm of M. Sue Wilson Law O ces. Re- cently, Khoroosi represented individ- uals and corporations in various busi- ness-litigation matters at Robins Ka- plan LLP in Minneapolis. He has also worked for Central Minnesota Legal Services representing clients in family law, administrative, housing, and con- sumer-protection matters. Also, Jamie Pahl Briones has joined M. Sue Wil- son as an associate attorney. She was recently a law clerk to Judge Nicole A. Engisch in Hennepin County.
Amie E. Penny Sayler has been elected to shareholder of Bassford Remele. Penny Sayler graduated sum- ma cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law. She served as Justice Christopher J. Dietzen’s law clerk at the Minnesota Supreme Court.
 e Association of Legal Adminis- trators Minnesota Chapter (ALAMN) is pleased to announce its Board of Directors for April 2019 to March 2020.  e 2019-2020 Directors are as follows: President: Jessica Gerhard-
of the
Bob Koneck
Maslon LLP is pleased to announce the addi- tion of attorney Bob Koneck to the  rm’s Litigation group. His experience will further strengthen Maslon’s ca-
Michelle Corrigan Erikson
Steve Quinlivan
JD Supra has recog- nized Stinson Leonard Street LLP partners Mi- chelle Corrigan Erikson and Steve Quinlivan in the 2019 Readers› Choice Awards. Erik- son, based in St. Louis, was recognized as a Top Author with read- ers in the Product Lia- bility category. Quinli- van, based in Minne- apolis, was recognized as a Top Author in the
pabilities in key areas of practice for clients. Koneck focuses his practice on business litigation. He joined Maslon a er a clerkship with Judge Joan N. Ericksen of the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. Before that, Koneck spent two years as a law clerk for Senior Judge Richard W. Goldberg of the United States Court of International Trade. In that role, he also assisted Judge Goldberg with cases in the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama. Koneck is a graduate of Columbia Law School. He received his bache- lor’s degree, magna cum laude, from St. Olaf College
Stinson Leonard Street LLP is proud to announce the  rm has earned a perfect score of 100 on the 2019 Cor- porate Equality Index (CEI), the na- tion’s premier benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to LGBTQ work- place equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation.  e 2019 CEI evaluates LGBTQ-related policies and practices including non-discrimination work- place protections, domestic partner bene ts, transgender-inclusive health care bene ts, competency programs,
Securities category.  ese attorneys are among only 228 authors to be se- lected from over 50,000 who publish on the platform.  e Readers’ Choice Awards recognize top authors and law  rms who were read by C-suite exec- utives, in-house counsel, media and other professionals across the JD Su- pra platform during 2018. Authors were chosen based on analysis of key, cross-industry topics. JD Supra’s edi- tors studied total visibility and en- gagement among readers across many industries interested in certain de n-

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