Fredrikson & Byron shareholder Christopher D. Pham was named a “40 Under 40” honoree by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal (MSPBJ). Each year, MSPBJ editors select 40 leaders under the age of 40 who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievement while also finding time to give back to their communities.
“It’s an honor to help my clients continue to elevate while working with a strong network of colleagues,” said Pham. “I am humbled and sincerely grateful to receive this prestigious recognition from MSPBJ.”
Pham is a trusted advisor for clients in business, sports and entertainment. He serves as outside general counsel for his clients, coordinating the right team of expert advocates to find solutions and achieve objectives while adding value. Much like a quarterback, Pham helps develop the game plan and strategy, whether clients are seeking to protect intellectual property, securing legacy through non-profit formation or estate planning, and he leads the charge with the end-goals in mind. Pham represents clients using his dispute resolution experience paired with his legal team’s diverse practice strengths—a multi-faceted combination that meets his clients’ unique needs. Pham’s clients range from start-up entrepreneurs to nationally recognized athletes and businesses. He is committed to pro bono work and leads the firm’s inclusion & diversity initiatives. Pham is co-chair of Fredrikson & Byron’s Sports & Entertainment Group.
Fredrikson & Byron is a leading Midwest law firm working collaboratively to help businesses achieve their goals regionally, nationally and globally. With a reputation as the firm “where law and business meet,” our attorneys bring business acumen and entrepreneurial thinking to work with clients and operate as business advisors and strategic partners as well as legal counselors. The firm’s 300+ attorneys are based in Minneapolis, with offices in Bismarck, Des Moines, Fargo, Mankato, St. Paul, Saltillo, Mexico, and Shanghai, China. Learn more at fredlaw.com, LinkedIn or @FredriksonLaw.