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Employment Opportunities

Are you ready to make a difference? SeilerSchindel, PLLC has an opening for an Associate Attorney in our Family Law Department!  We are looking for the following person to join our team:• Attorney with 3-5 years’ experience practicing in the area of family law, including divorce, child support, custody, parenting time and mediation. • Proficient in conducting legal research. • Skilled writer. • Comfortable working directly with clients. • Interested in working in a team environment. • We will provide you with a talented administrative team, generous benefit package and a relaxed but professional work environment. At SeilerSchindel we live by our core values:  Generosity, Comradery, Zeal, Diligence and Respect.  If your values align with ours and if you have the requisite skills and experience we would love to meet you. Submit your resume to: Bridget Davis • Director of Human Resources & Operations • bdavis@seilerschindel.com • SeilerSchindel, PLLC • 5901 Cedar Lake Road - Minneapolis, MN 55416 • 952-358-7400 • SeilerSchindel, PLLC is proud to be an EEO/Drug Free Employer

The Associate General Counsel works in the following areas as well as litigation: contracts and procurement, construction law, public records and open meeting law, employment law, environmental law, real property, and comprehensive planning and land use.  This position will have a focus in the areas of real estate, including eminent domain, public contracting, land use, and public-private initiatives. Annual salary: $87,006-$123,427 Requirements:  JD degree from an accredited law school; and seven (7) years of recent experience in the practice of law.  Licensed to practice law in the state of Minnesota and in good standing. Desired Qualifications: Current admission to practice in the Federal District Court of Minnesota.  Preference given to those with substantive or litigation experience in Minnesota in a governmental setting with an emphasis in one or more of the following areas: • Real Property - land acquisition, condemnation, relocation benefits, and purchase and lease agreements for public projects.• Contracts and Procurement - public contracts for goods and services and public construction contracts involving state and federal financing/grant and loan funds. • Construction Law - large public projects primarily transit and wastewater treatment projects. • Comprehensive Planning and Land Use - local comprehensive plans, metropolitan system plans, regional grant and loan programs. • Public Sector representation. Applications received on or before November 3 will be given preference. TO APPLY: Applicants MUST submit the Metropolitan Council’s online employment application - more information and application instructions at www.metrocouncil.org

Volunteer Lawyers Network (www.vlnmn.org) seeks an executive director to lead its staff and volunteers in achieving its mission to protect and promote the basic human needs of people in poverty through the power of legal volunteers.  See the full job ad and application instructions here

Attorney Services and Other Items:

OFFICE SPACE - Edina.  Prime location off Hwy 62 on France Avenue. Furnished office space with floor to ceiling windows.  Furnished interior secretarial area also available. Services negotiable could include telephone with voice mail, copier, scanner, fax, wi-fi, hi-speed internet, parking, utilities, privacy shredding, kitchen and conference room availability.  Contact Kelly Grimm (952) 465-3088.

When a dispute results in litigation, the risks run high. That’s why you need the help of independent damages assessment professionals. RSM’s legal damages assessment team is comprised of subject matter experts well-versed in testifying and explaining their findings to a judge or jury. Our credible damages calculations and assessments help you properly defend your client or get the settlement your client deserves for his loss.  Extensive technical training and complementary skill sets enable RSM's damages assessment team to provide you with creative strategies and innovative solutions. Brad Koranda, CPA, ABV, CFF, leads the local financial investigation and dispute services group at RSM. He and his team work with industry experts to provide damage calculations related to breach of contract, lost profits, post-acquisition disputes, valuation matters, financial statement misrepresentation,  fraud, construction disputes, insolvency matters, and intellectual property infringement. Contact Brad at 612-376-9387 today for your damages assessment needs.

Mediation Training:  Also courses in managing your own conflicts. Qualify for the Supreme Court Roster.  Learn the approach most likely to settle cases and to exceed parties’ expectations, the transformative approach. Earn 30 or 40 CLEs.  Highly-Rated Course and Instructor.  St. Paul. 612-824-8988. http://Transformativemediation.com, Dan@transformativemediation.com


Alternative Dispute Resolution: ValueSolve ADR
 
Efficient. Effective. Affordable. Experienced mediators and arbitrators working with you to fit the procedure to the problem – flat fee mediation to full arbitration hearings. (612) 877-6400 
Visit our website at www.ValueSolveADR.org  for more information on our neutrals and how we can work with you. 



Attorney Coaching
coach/consultant Roy S. Ginsburg provides marketing, practice management and strategic/succession planning services to individual lawyers and firms. www.royginsburg.com, roy@royginsburg.com, (612) 812-4500.

Public Notice:
 
Notice of Comment Period on the Reappointment of U.S. Magistrate Judge Leo I. Brisbois The U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota invites comments from members of the bar and public as to whether incumbent U.S. Magistrate Judge Leo I. Brisbois should be recommended for reappointment. Comments should be received by 5:00 p.m. (CST) on Friday, December 1, 2017, and may be directed to: U.S. District Court Clerk’s Office • ATTN: Tricia Pepin, Chief Deputy Clerk • 300 South Fourth Street, Room 202 • Minneapolis, MN 55415 • meritselectionpanel@mnd.uscourts.gov The view the full public notice, visit the Court’s website at www.mnd.uscourts.gov.  

 

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