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Amber Donley
Travis Adams
Melchert Hubert Sjo- din PLLP, with o ces in Waconia, Chaska and Hutchinson, has recentlyadded 2 new associate attorneys to their Waconia o ce. Amber Donley will fo- cus her practice mainly in family law. Her legal objective in every case is to ensure that her cli- ents are fully informed as to their rights and feel that their voice is
 e law  rm of Maslon LLP is pleased to announce that Cyri Van Hecke, attorney in Maslon’s Litigation Group, has been elect- ed to the Board of Di-
John P. Boyle
Jana Aune Deach
Beth A. Gliedman
Je rey S. Waldron
John P. Boyle and Jana Aune Deach were elect- ed to three-year terms as members of the Board of Directors and Beth A. Gliedman and Je rey S. Waldron were elected shareholders of the  rm. Boyle is a member of the  rm’s litigation, employment law, and  nancial ser- vices teams. Deach is a member of the  rm’s family law team.  ey are joined on the board by co-directors, Kevin M. Busch, Brian T. Grogan, Timothy L. Gustin, and James J. Vedder. Gliedman is a member of the  rm’s multifamily and com- mercial real estate  - nance, real estate, and  nancial services teams Waldron is a member of the  rm’s business law,
makers, this national ranking recognizes at- torneys who have mas- tered the art of superior client service. Only 335 attorneys in the U.S.
Sean P. Kearney were selected for recog- nition in 2019. His practice primarily focuses on representing private equity funds, sellers, ESOP’s, management teams and strategic buyers on M&A transactions.
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being heard. Travis Adams joins the personal injury and litigation team. His practice is devoted to represent- ing individuals who have been injured at work, in motor vehicle accidents, or in other matters.
Cyri Van Hecke
Craig A. Brandt
Moss & Barnett, A Professional Associa- tion, is pleased to an- nounce the addition of lawyers Craig A. Brandt, Peter J. Kaiser, and Jef- frey A. Wieland. Craig
rectors of the Parks & Trails Council of Minnesota. Parks & Trails Council of Minnesota was established in 1954 as one of the  rst of its kind in the nation—a statewide citizen advisory board for state parks.  e organiza- tion aims to acquire, protect, and en- hance critical land for the public’s use and bene t. Van Hecke focuses her legal practice in the areas of real estate and construction litigation.
mergers and acquisitions, wealth preservation and estate planning, closely held businesses, and securities teams.
A. Brandt is an experienced litigator who provides employment law advice and counsel to employers and em- ployees.
Henson Efron is pleased to announce tax attorney Scott Em- ery has joined the  rm. With over 20 years of experience counseling both businesses and in-
Fredrikson & Byron attorneys Bret A. Dub- linske and a captured victories in two separate cases before the Iowa Supreme Court involving challenges to a proposed wind farm in northern Iowa. The Fredrikson attorneys represented an a liate of Invenergy LLC, the developer of the wind farm, and MidAmeri-
Maslon LLP is pleased to announce the addi- tion of attorney  add Paul to the law  rm›s Technology, IP & Me- dia and Business & Se- curities Groups. For
Scott Emery
Thadd Paul
dividuals and a Master of Laws in Taxation from Washington University School of Law, Scott brings the talent necessary to advise clients on tax is- sues in a variety of areas including business formation, mergers and ac- quisitions, executive compensation, estate tax and tax planning and com- pliance
Moss & Barnett, A Professional As- sociation, is pleased to announce that
Bret A. Dublinske
Brant M. Leonard
more than 25 years, Paul has been counseling national and international clients on a variety of complex tech- nology and IP transactions.
Mergers & Acquisitions Group Co- Chair Sean P. Kearney was named a 2019 BTI Client Service All-Star. Based on more than 350 independent interviews with top legal decision
can Energy, the intended owner of the wind farm. Dublinske and Leonard argued one case related to whether

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