March 13, 2018

Seiler Schindel Segal is thrilled to announce four new additions to our team

Please welcome the four newest members to the SchindelSegal team:

Kyle Moen-Attorney. Kyle is a recent graduate of the William Mitchell College of Law. He has worked as a clerk for the firm since October 2008, consistently demonstrating that he is a self starter with the ability to quickly learn new legal concepts. Kyle will be working in the areas of commercial litigation, business transactions and consumer collections.

Bobbi Dahlstrom-Attorney. Bobbi graduated from the University of St. Thomas School of Law in 2006. Bobbi comes to us with a broad background of practice experience and brings an infectiously positive attitude. She will be working on a variety of transactional and litigation matters.

Lisa Needham—Attorney. Lisa is a 2002 graduate of the William Mitchell College of Law and former clerk to Minnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice Kathleen Blatz. Lisa has a strong background in many aspects of public law and is an adjunct professor of legal writing at William Mitchell. She joins us on an “of-counsel” basis, working on a variety of matters, including regulatory, transactional and federal litigation.

Caitlin Maxhimer—Administrative Assistant. Caitlin has been with us for a few months and has become an integral part of our team. She keeps the office ship shape and the attorneys on task. Make sure to say ‘hi’ when you call.

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