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Stoel Rives LLP, a business law firm with branches in multiple U.S. states, has announced the expansion of its renewable energy practice with the hiring of 10 energy and agribusiness lawyers in Minneapolis, where the firm has opened a new office. Stoel Rives' renewable energy practice focuses on wind, ethanol, biodiesel, solar, wave, biomass and geothermal clients.

New partners in the Minneapolis office are Mark Hanson, Ron McFall, Kevin Prohaska, Joe Thompson, David Quinby, Jonathan Miesen, Kevin Johnson, Eric Bartsch, Joel Dahlgren and Marc Al. The 10 newly hired attorneys were previously partners at the Minneapolis firm of Lindquist & Vennum PLLP, a general business firm in Minnesota.


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