Fredrikson & Byron has been recognized as a leader in client service, as the firm has been named to the BTI Client Service A-Team 2018. In its 17th year, the A-Team consists of law firms that “deliver the absolute best levels of client service,” according to BTI Consulting Group, which awards the honor.
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Fredrikson & Byron shareholder F. John Williams III has recently been offered membership as a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel by its Board of Regents. Fellows are chosen for their outstanding reputation, exceptional skill and substantial contributions to the field.
Fredrikson & Byron announces the addition of two new associates to the firm, Dominick J. Grande and Andrew P. Holm.
Fredrikson & Byron shareholder Laura J. Danielson has been elected president of the Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers (ABIL). ABIL is an invitation-only organization with 38 global law firm members employing more than 1,000 immigration law professionals.
Fredrikson & Byron Shareholder Karen G. Schanfield has been appointed to the Jewish Metropolitan Council. The council was created by the Minneapolis Jewish Federation and the Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul.
Fredrikson & Byron shareholder Kevin C. Riach has been announced as a 2017 Attorney of the Year honoree for the second time in his career by Minnesota Lawyer magazine.
Fredrikson & Byron won the 2017 Turnaround of the Year Award from the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) for the successful Chapter 11 plan of reorganization of Christ’s Household of Faith, a Christian commune of 500 members based in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Fredrikson & Byron has been named a Tier 1 Metropolitan “Best Law Firm” in 29 practice areas by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® in 2018.
Fredrikson & Byron announces the addition of six associates to the firm’s Minneapolis office.