22 Larkin Hoffman Attorneys Named 2016 Super Lawyers

07/05/2016

Larkin Hoffman is proud to announce that 22 of its attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2016 Minnesota Super Lawyers list. Each year, the publication ‎compiles a list of exceptional attorneys in each state based on peer nominations and third-party research. In addition to the attorneys who were selected as Super Lawyers, five Larkin Hoffman attorneys were named Rising Stars. Andrew Moran was selected as a rising star for the first time in 2016.

Ken Corey-Edstrom, Peter Coyle, Joe Fittante, David Hammargren, Chris Harristhal, Phyllis Karasov, Paul Linstroth, Chuck Modell, Dayle Nolan, Pat Plunkett, and Gary Van Cleve have now been honored for at least 10 consecutive years.

The 2016 Super Lawyers:
Dan Ballintine, Employment & Labor
Ken Corey-Edstrom, Bankruptcy: Business
John Cotter, Business Litigation
Peter Coyle, Land Use/Zoning
Joe Fittante, Franchise/Dealership
Bill Griffith, Land Use/Zoning
David Hammargren, Construction Litigation
Chris Harristhal, Employment & Labor
Frank Harvey, Mergers & Acquisitions
John "Rob" Hill, Family Law
Phyllis Karasov, Employment & Labor
Paul Linstroth, Tax
Chuck Modell, Franchise/Dealership
Dayle Nolan, Employment & Labor
Tamara O’Neill Moreland, Land Use/Zoning
Pat Plunkett, Closely Held Business
Gary Renneke, Real Estate
Paul Smith, Business Litigation
Rob Stefonowicz, Eminent Domain
Jim Susag, Franchise/Dealership
Gary Van Cleve, Eminent Domain
Kate Westad, Personal Injury
 
The 2016 Rising Stars:
Patrick Cole, Business/Corporate
Glenna Gilbert, IP Litigation
James Godwin, Employment & Labor
Melissa Hagstrum Bayne, Estate & Trust Litigation
Andrew Moran, Business Litigation
 
Super Lawyers rates outstanding lawyers in many practice areas based on peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes statewide nominations, peer evaluations and independent research. Only a small percentage of practitioners in Minnesota are selected each year. The Rising Stars list recognizes the top-up-and-coming attorneys who are 40 years old or younger or who have been practicing for ten years or less.