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Fredrikson & Byron attorneys Gail F. Brandt and Sandra Smalley-Fleming were recognized for their outstanding pro bono volunteer service performed in Special Juvenile Immigration Status cases for young women.
Fredrikson & Byron ranked Band 1 in Private Wealth Law in Minnesota and North Dakota in Chambers High Net Worth Guide 2020.
Grant D. Fairbairn, Lora Friedemann, Thomas R. Hipkins, Ann M. Ladd, Kurt J. Niederluecke, Charles D. Segelbaum and David C. West were featured in the 2020 edition of the IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Professionals.
Fredrikson & Byron has partnered with more than 125 law firms to establish the Law Firm Antiracism Alliance (LFAA).
Fredrikson & Byron has earned Gold Standard Certification by Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF) for the fifth time. WILEF grants Gold Standard status to major firms that meet objective criteria concerning the number of women among equity partners, in firm leadership positions and in the ranks of their most highly compensated partners.
As a Firm, we are committed to identifying and confronting bias, systemic racism, and social and economic injustice, both in our communities and at the Firm.
The Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) recognized 55 Fredrikson & Byron attorneys as North Star Lawyers. North Star Lawyers are MSBA members who have provided 50 hours or more of pro bono service to low-income individuals or organizations that serve economically disadvantaged individuals during the 2019 calendar year.
Fredrikson has launched a Rapid Response Program and will work through its pro bono partners to provide services to clients as they assess the damage to their facilities and work to rebuild their communities.
Attorney Jacob M. Abdo has joined Fredrikson & Byron in the Advertising, Marketing & Trademark, Intellectual Property and Sports & Entertainment Groups.
Fredrikson & Byron acted as legal counsel to Ecessa Corporation in its sale to Communications Systems, Inc.