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DeWitt LLP announced its inclu- sion in the world’s leading resource to Patent Professionals, the 2019 IAM Patent 1000 guide.  e guide recom- mends the Intellectual Property (IP) practice of the  rm.
Moss & Barnett, A Professional Associa- tion, is pleased to an- nounce that tax law- yer, Nathan J.  omp- son, has joined the
Nathan J. Thompson  rm’s business law, closely held businesses, mergers and acquisitions, securities, and wealth preservation and estate planning teams.
arise. She frequently teams with gen- eral counsel and trial counsel to assist with complex issues in these areas.
Maslon LLP is pleased to announce that Leora Maccabee, partner in the  rm’s lit- igation group, has been selected as the 2019 Woman of Promise as part of the Women of Intention Awards presented by the Minneapolis Jewish Federation’s Pearl Society. Now in its fourth year, the Women of In- tention Awards recognizes six women each year who respond to injustice with intention and who apply their personal grit and gi s to some of the most di cult issues facing the com-
munity and the world.
Matt Hartran  brings
defends class actions.
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of the
Abby K. Rooney
Foley & Mans eld announced that Abby K. Rooney has been named to the position of chief operating of-  cer for the 175+ at- torney  rm. Rooney
abundance of experi- ence to Lommen Abdo’s corporate practice During his years as a banker and a small business owner, Har-
Joe Van Thomme
Eckberg Lammers, P.C. attorney Joe Van  omme was elected to serve on the board of directors for Stand- point. Standpoint, for- merly known as the
will have oversight responsibility for the operational aspects of the  rm’s 16 o ces and support sta . She succeeds recently retired COO Mona Nore, who served in that position since May 2014. Rooney originally joined the  rm’s human resources team in 2006, and was subsequently named director of human resources in 2014. She will retain that title in addition to assum- ing the COO role.
Matt Hartranft
Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project, stands to promote justice for domestic and sexual violence victims. Standpoint provides services to do- mestic and sexual violence survivors, advocates, attorneys and other profes- sionals across the state of Minnesota
Leora Maccabee
nesota Eminent Domain Institute.  e Minnesota Eminent Domain In- stitute (MEDI) is a non-pro t corpo- ration comprised of Minnesota attor- neys who practice in the areas of emi- nent domain and relocation law, with 20-25 years of experience on average, and many of whom have appeared be- fore Minnesota’s appellate courts.
Evan Nelson
Maslon LLP is pleased to announce that Evan Nelson, attorney in Maslon’s litigation group, has been elected as secretary of the Min-
Lommen Abdo adds depth in insurance coverage and motion practice with Jenneane Jansen who focuses on motion practice and appeals, particularly in
tran learnedtojugglecompetingde- mands while wearing many hats. As a result of those experiences, as a law- yer, he takes a practical approach to meeting a business owner’s goals and priorities while putting together the best possible deal.
Moss & Barnett is pleased to announce that Bryant D. Tchida has joined the  rm’s lit- igation,  nancial ser- vices, and business law
Bryant D. Tchida teams. Tchida repre- sents businesses and individuals in high-stakes disputes. litigates key business issues concerning partner- ship and shareholder rights; resolves agribusiness and agriculture disputes;
Chelsea Barr
Heimerl & Lammers
is excited to welcome its newest family law at- torney, Chelsea Barr. Chelsea graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato.
Jenneane Jansen
Chelsea earned her J.D. from the Uni- versity of St.  omas School of Law. Prior to joining the  rm, Barr worked in the legal department of an interna- tional corporation, then clerked for a criminal judge in the Fourth Judicial District Court.
insurance coverage, insurance bad faith, and administrative law. Jansen’s experience covers the wide array of insurance coverage issues that can
Troy Anderson, Publisher | Minnesota Edition | (612) 396-1455 | [email protected]

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