Nine Larson King attorneys have been selected to the 2020 Minnesota Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.
As the Vice President, Kenya will help lead the RCBA in its mission of supporting and informing its thousands of members and the community. “I hope to carry on the RCBA’s tradition of making an impact and being a positive force for change in the legal profession,” says Kenya.
Kaylin C. Schmidt (formerly Kaylin C. Ness) has joined Larson • King and will practice in the areas of commercial litigation, professional liability, health care, products liability, and complex torts. Prior to joining Larson • King, Kaylin practiced at a large Minneapolis law firm, where she handled professional liability and health care matters.
For the first time, the Immigration Service will open the H-1B visa lottery on March 1, instead of April 1. The H-1B visa allows employers to hire foreign nationals to work in many types of professional positions.
Larson • King is once again recognized by its clients and peers for its outstanding work and reputation in the Tenth Edition of the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” listings.