Fredrikson & Byron attorney Tina Yin Sowatzke has been selected for membership in the 2022 Pathfinder program by the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity.
Ann M. Ladd, James H. Snelson, Kevin S. Spreng and Jeffrey J. Steinle have been named BTI Client Service All-Stars 2022.
Fredrikson & Byron earned 100 of 100 possible points on the 2022 Corporate Equality Index, the nation’s leading benchmarking tool and report on corporate policies and practices related to LGBTQ+ workplace equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Fredrikson & Byron shareholder Lousene M. Hoppe has been selected to the TCB 100 People to Know in 2022 list by Twin Cities Business.
Fredrikson & Byron Recognized with Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s 2021 Compass Award.
Fredrikson & Byron has been named a Tier 1 Metropolitan “Best Law Firm” in 40 practice areas by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® in 2022.
Fredrikson & Byron attorneys Terrence J. Fleming and Todd A. Wind were recognized for their accomplishments, hard work, ingenuity and outstanding work ethic and were included in Minnesota Lawyer’s POWER 30 in Business Litigation.
For the eighth consecutive year, Fredrikson & Byron received national recognition for its status as one of the best U.S. law firms for female attorneys, according to two recently published Law360 surveys.
The North Dakota Petroleum Council recently elected Fredrikson & Byron shareholder Lawrence Bender to serve a two-year term as the new chair of its board of directors.
Pam Wandzel has been nominated as one of the honorees in The Citizens League’s #MNCivicLeader an annual social media campaign to identify everyday civic leaders who go above and beyond to make a difference in Minnesota.