Fredrikson & Byron received the highest award for pro bono matters given by The American Lawyer.
Fredrikson & Byron has held elections for the firm’s board of directors and the Fredrikson & Byron Foundation board of directors.
Fredrikson & Byron attorney Kevin P. Goodno was recently elected chair of the American Brain Foundation Board, and is the first chair who is not a neurologist.
Pat Kelly has more than 25 years of experience as a commercial lawyer representing clients both domestically and internationally.
Ron Garber, Katherine B. Ilten, John F. Kapacinskas, Paul J. LaVanway, Zachary D. Olson, Karla L. Reyerson, Kevin C. Riach and Mark H. Tranovich have been elected shareholder.
Six Fredrikson & Byron attorneys were named 2015 Great Plains Super Lawyers, and three Fredrikson attorneys were named 2015 Great Plains Rising Stars.
Sixty-four Fredrikson & Byron attorneys were included in The Best Lawyers in America 2016©.
Fredrikson & Byron’s pro bono involvement with the Signal International Litigation was honored with eleven other law firms.
For the fifth year in a row, Fredrikson & Byron was named one of the “50 Best Law Firms for Women” by Working Mother & Flex-Time Lawyers LLC.
Immigration attorney Robert D. Aronson was recently honored as the inaugural recipient of the Roberta Freedman Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the field of physician immigration.