Lommen Abdo Strengthens its Estate Planning and Corporate Practices
Cameron Kelly (pictured on the right), a Stillwater attorney practicing primarily in the areas of estate and business succession planning, has joined Lommen Abdo’s Estate and Succession Planning Practice. Cameron will maintain a presence in the northeastern Twin Cities metro area, while working out of our Hudson office, but will also work with clients and financial advisors in the Minneapolis and western suburbs while working out of the Minneapolis office. Cameron is teaming up with Jesse Beier (pictured on the left) and other Lommen Abdo estate planning attorneys to offer clients services in estate planning, probate, estate administration and business succession. Contact Cameron Kelly at email@example.com or Jesse Beier at firstname.lastname@example.org with any estate planning or business succession issues you may have. The firm can also assist if disputes arise in implementing an estate plan or business succession plan. For more information about estate or business succession planning, please visit http://www.minnesotaestateplanningattorney.com/.
Lommen Abdo welcomes John Crawford, adding his expertise to litigation and transportation practices
Attorney John Crawford brings additional experience to the firm’s litigation practices and transportation law practice. John has represented clients in cases involving insurance coverage, personal injuries, wrongful death, traumatic brain injuries, premise liability, property damage, punitive damages, and bad-faith claims for over 30 years. A significant portion of his practice is representing motor carriers, commercial truck drivers, contractors, property owners, and the motoring public.
Lommen Abdo has been selected as the Professional Liability Litigation Law Firm of the Year - Minnesota, US (2017) by The Lawyer International. Lommen Abdo’s professional liability team has been handling the most serious and complex claims professionals face for over 75 years. We defend attorneys, trustees, CPAs and law firms in claims involving negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, licensing disputes and insurance coverage. The professional liability team has won hard fought battles in courtrooms, in ADR forums and in appellate courts in both Minnesota and Wisconsin.
From here to there, but so much happens in between. Let our transportation attorneys help.
The transportation lawyers at Lommen Abdo understand the moving landscape of transportation law. They provide legal advice from the board room to the loading dock on issues unique to the industry as well as those issues crossing industry borders. Through our affiliation with attorneys all over North America, the Lommen Abdo transportation lawyers can work through almost any transportation issue facing your business. Shown above are Lommen Abdo attorneys Jason Engkjer (left) and Mike Glover (right) with Mel and Russ Simon from Styer Transportation. Other attorneys in our transportation group: John Crawford, Stacey DeKalb, Bryan Feldhaus, Kay Nord Hunt, Brent Johnson, Jamie Johnson, Reid Lindquist, Lauren Nuffort and Barry O’Neil.
Lommen Abdo adds to both litigation and corporate practices
Lauren Nuffort and Jesse Beier (shown above with President Keith Broady) joined Lommen Abdo as associates this month, bringing new perspectives and increasing the firm’s depth of talent. Jesse Beier works with Minnesota and Wisconsin clients to create estate and business succession plans that help them achieve their goals. Lauren brings her skill, passion and creative thinking to the firm’s Commercial Litigation Practice Group where she will continue her subrogation practice and handle professional liability defense matters.
Electronic Litigator®, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lommen Abdo, assists with the digital management of each phase of a litigation matter, from initial discovery through trial. Electronic Litigator services are available both to Lommen Abdo clients and outside businesses. Electronic Litigator utilizes its powerful technology assets to provide thorough yet efficient document analysis for both paper and electronic documents and maximizes their presentation in litigation. It is a cost-effective one-stop shop for litigation technology services. Electronic Litigator consists of a suite of computerized litigation support services (LAW PreDiscovery, SummationPro and Trial Director). They each can be utilized separately or in conjunction with one another. As the litigation life cycle begins with discovery, Electronic Litigator first enters this world with LAW.