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Attorneys Volunteer for MSBA High School Mock Trial Competition

January 24, 2014

Lind, Jensen, Sullivan & Peterson, P.A. attorneys Maureen Alvino, Lauren D’Cruz, and Amy Lanser served as volunteer judges for the Minnesota High School Mock Trial Program this month.  The Mock Trial Program is sponsored by the Minnesota State Bar Association and introduces high school students to the American legal system by providing a challenging opportunity for personal growth and achievement.

Minnesota’s Top Medium-Sized Litigation Firm – Super Lawyers® Business Edition 2013

August 1, 2013

Lind, Jensen, Sullivan & Peterson, P.A. is proud to be selected as Minnesota's Top Medium-Sized Litigation Firm.

Mark A. Fredrickson is Elected President of MDLA

The Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association has elected Mark A. Fredrickson as President for 2013-2014. MDLA, an organization consisting of 700 members, is celebrating its 50th anniversary of serving the needs of lawyers engaging primarily in the defense and trial of civil disputes. Along with his newly elected position, Mark will continue his law practice and his role as the firm’s Managing Director. Mark is also an active member of DRI and the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel.... Read more →

LJSP’s Newest Partners

July 1, 2013

Lind, Jensen, Sullivan & Peterson, P.A. is very proud to announce Connie Armstrong, a 2006 graduate of William Mitchell College of Law, and Thomas Evenson, a 2002 graduate of Hamline Law School have been elected as firm shareholders. Both practice in the litigation group, and are incredible assets to the firm.

Bob Stein Former Timberwolves CEO and Lind, Jensen, Sullivan & Peterson, P.A. client wins silica sand court battles

June 21, 2013

Firm President Rick Lind recently won two court battles in Goodhue County that involved millions of tons of frac sand. The client, Bob Stein, filed a lawsuit in March 2011 alleging that he'd been improperly cut out of a land deal after an Oklahoma energy company, Windsor Permian, purchased 94 acres near Red Wing for $1.5 million. In the court case Stein v. Wesch, et. al., a five-day jury trial ended with the jury ruling that Windsor Permian and its subsidiaries had intentionally... Read more →