Litigation attorney Natasha Townes Robinson has been included in The National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 in Minnesota, honoring her as one of the nation’s best black lawyers. Members must maintain an outstanding reputation among peers, the judiciary and the public, make notable achievements, settlements and verdicts as a lawyer and present leadership in the legal community, among other criteria.
Robinson represents individuals and businesses in commercial, regulatory, and white collar criminal matters. She advises clients on health care compliance, fraud and abuse laws, regulatory issues, internal investigations, and professional licensing. Robinson has significant experience in complex administrative litigation. Prior to joining Fredrikson, Robinson worked as an Assistant Attorney General for the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office. As an Assistant Attorney General, she worked in the Public Safety and Health Licensing divisions. Notably, Robinson was a member of the prosecution team that convicted former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd.
The National Black Lawyers is an invitation-only professional development and networking association comprised of the top African American attorneys from across the country. This exclusive organization selects the most successful and influential lawyers with reputations for providing excellent legal representation in their respective practice areas.
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