Robins Kaplan Minnesota Attorneys Recognized as 2017 “Super Lawyers” and “Rising Stars”

July 6, 2017

Super Lawyers recently included several attorneys in the Minneapolis office of Robins Kaplan LLP on the “2017 Minnesota Super Lawyers” and “2017 Minnesota Rising Stars” lists. Seven attorneys were also named to a Top List in recognition of their accomplishments and leadership in their fields.

According to Super Lawyers, the "Rising Stars" and "Super Lawyers" selection process is a comprehensive, good-faith, and detailed attempt to produce a list of lawyers that have attained high peer recognition, meet ethical standards, and have demonstrated some degree of achievement in their field. No more than five percent of attorneys can be recognized as "Super Lawyers" in any given year, and no more than 2.5 percent may be named "Rising Stars."

2017 Minnesota Super Lawyers

  • Steve A. Brand
  • John F. Eisberg
  • James L. Fetterly
  • Jake M. Holdreith
  • Elliot S. Kaplan
  • Christopher K. Larus
  • Anne M. Lockner
  • Eric J. Magnuson, Minnesota Top 100
  • Ryan W. Marth
  • Teresa Fariss McClain
  • Munir R. Meghjee
  • Chris Messerly, Minnesota Top 100
  • Cyrus A. Morton
  • Sharon E. Roberg-Perez
  • Peter A. Schmit
  • Ronald J. Schutz, Minnesota Top 10
  • Philip Sieff, Minnesota Top 100
  • Tara D. Sutton, Top 50 Minnesota Women
  • K. Craig Wildfang

2017 Minnesota Rising Stars

  • Patrick M. Arenz
  • William Bornstein
  • Holly H. Dolejsi
  • Aaron R. Fahrenkrog
  • Jamie R. Kurtz
  • Benjamen C. Linden
  • William E. Manske
  • Emily E. Niles
  • Christopher Pinahs
  • Michael D. Reif
  • Patrick Stoneking
  • Troy F. Tatting
  • Brandon E. Vaughn

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