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Kylie Kaminski Selected as Up & Coming Attorney by Minnesota Lawyer

Hellmuth & Johnson is pleased to announce that Kylie E. Kaminski has been named a 2022 Up & Coming Attorney by Minnesota Lawyer. The annual listing honors lawyers who distinguish themselves in their first 10 years of practice through professional accomplishment, leadership, and service to the

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Hellmuth & Johnson Attorneys Named to 2022 Minnesota Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars List

Hellmuth & Johnson is pleased to announce that 16 attorneys have been named to the 2022 Minnesota Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars lists. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer

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Carol Moss Discusses Minnesota’s New Hemp Law with WCCO

Hellmuth & Johnson’s Carol Moss was interviewed by WCCO to share her thoughts on Minnesota’s new hemp law that went into effect July 1, 2022. This new law regulates the use of cannabinoids derived from hemp in food and beverages in Minnesota and governs the

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Attorney Jacob Lanthier Joins Hellmuth & Johnson

Hellmuth & Johnson is pleased to announce that attorney Jacob E. Lanthier has joined the firm as an associate in the litigation practice group. Lanthier’s litigation experience includes representation of clients in several areas of law, including business litigation, probate litigation, construction defects, and shareholder rights. He

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Carol Moss Interviewed on WCCO-TV

Cannabis Law Attorney Carol Moss shared her insights regarding the new Minnesota law allowing cannabinoids, including THC, to be added to food and beverages taking effect July 1. Moss explained to WCCO’s Jonah Kaplan, “This is an industry where the science and the products can

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Alexandria Mueller Featured as a 2022 Next Generation Attorney

Attorney at Law Magazine has featured Hellmuth & Johnson’s Alexandria Mueller as a 2022 Next Generation Attorney. Mueller began composing music as a child, and while in college, her competitive composition wins resulted in publishing offers, prompting a quest to understand how to protect her

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