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July 3, 2019

Journalist Todd Nelson from Minnesota Lawyer caught up with Henson Efron litigation attorney David Olsen in this month’s Minnesota Lawyer magazine. Read David’s interview in the July Breaking the Ice segment of the publication here: Breaking the Ice: ‘One phone call from another adventure’.



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April 15, 2019

Family law attorney and shareholder Kathryn Graves shares her insight on how the practice of family law has evolved over the years in her recent article Divide and Conquer published in the Best Lawyers “Women in Law” 2019 Spring Business Edition released on April 5, 2019. Graves highlights the effective use of mediation and other […]



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February 22, 2019

Lifestyle of the Rich, Famous and Furry Christopher Burns made a guest appearance on Bloomberg’s What’d You Miss discussing fashion designer, Karl Lagerfeld’s sizable inheritance for his cat. Choupette, has become famous in her own right with nearly 300,000 followers on Instagram and is speculated to be at least a partial beneficiary of Lagerfeld’s estimated […]



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December 28, 2018

Stuart Williams, a litigation attorney at Henson Efron, was recently reappointed to the St. Louis Park Fire Civil Service Commission for another three year term. The commission is vested with the authority to regulate and supervise the employment, promotion, discharge and suspension of all sworn fire positions of full-time status of the St. Louis Park […]



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December 12, 2018

The Estate Planning Gift to Give Your Millennial Children in 2019 by Megan Gorman, Forbes, December 12, 2018 Link to full article. Excerpts from article: “Most Gen Xers and Millennials, when asked by their parents, do not have their financial affairs and estate planning affairs arranged in a manner sufficient to satisfy senior generations,” says […]



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September 21, 2018

Stuart Williams, a litigation attorney at Henson Efron, has just been appointed by Governor Dayton to a four year term as a public member on the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice. The Board’s mission is to protect the public’s health and safety by assuring that the people who practice medicine or as allied health professionals […]



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