Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A.
, is pleased to formally announce six new shareholders, effective January 1, 2009: Karen V. Bertulli
, Clayton W. Chan
, Tammera R. Diehm
, Jeffrey J. Koerselman
, Justice Ericson Lindell
, and Michael A. Rosow
. The firm currently has 89 attorneys.
Winthrop & Weinstine's newest shareholders represent many of the firm's practice groups, including intellectual property, business and commercial litigation, tax, real estate and corporate finance and securities law.
“All of these attorneys have made outstanding contributions to the firm as associates and we are pleased and proud to welcome them as shareholders,” said firm president, Scott J. Dongoske.
Karen V. Bertulli
practices in the areas of corporate finance and securities law, emerging companies and entrepreneurial services, general corporate law, and mergers and acquisitions. Bertulli joined Winthrop & Weinstine in 2004 after practicing with a firm in New York City.
Clayton W. Chan
practices in the areas of estate planning, business succession planning and tax. Prior to practicing law in the private sector, Chan served as a law clerk to Minnesota Tax Court Chief Judge Diane L. Kroupa, Judge George W. Perez and Judge Raymond R. Krause. He also interned for the Probate Court of the Second Judicial District of Minnesota under Judge Michael T. DeCourcy.
Tammera R. Diehm
practices in the areas of appellate law; environmental and land use; legislative and regulatory; ethics, campaign finance and election law; and real estate. She devotes her primary attention to representing clients in real estate development and land use matters, as well as election law issues. Diehm is a member of the Metropolitan Council's Land Use Advisory Committee, and she currently serves as the city attorney for Mendota Heights.
Jeffrey J. Koerselman
practices in the areas of real estate and tax. He focuses on market-rate and affordable housing and represents developers, housing authorities and other nonprofit organizations. As part of his practice, Koerselman often represents clients in tax-related issues involving low-income housing tax credits, historic rehabilitation tax credits and new market tax credits.
Justice Ericson Lindell
practices in the areas of antitrust and trade regulation, appellate law, business and commercial litigation, employment law, employment law litigation, Indian law, intellectual property, and intellectual property litigation. Lindell joined Winthrop & Weinstine in 2001.
Michael A. Rosow
practices in the areas of business and commercial litigation and creditors' remedies and bankruptcy law. Rosow joined Winthrop & Weinstine in 2004 and was previously a judicial clerk for the Honorable Richard Kyle in 2001-2002.
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