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          Mar
          13
          Minneapolis

          Bryan Feldhaus

          LOMMEN ABDO
          612.336.4389

           

          Bryan Feldhaus is a shareholder at Lommen Abdo. He represents clients in commercial litigation, professional liability litigation, and business litigation. Mr. Feldhaus also recently obtained his LL.M. degree in Corporate Compliance and Organizational Ethics from the University of St. Thomas School of Law. He assists clients in compliance, regulatory and ethics matters, which includes litigating compliance disputes, representing clients in data privacy matters, and advising clients about mitigating compliance and ethical risks.

          Lommen Abdo tackles the challenges entrepreneurs, closely held and family businesses face today. If compliance and cyber security issues keep you awake at night, Lommen Abdo can help.? We combine legal expertise, practical business sense and a client-centric focus. One client states: “Lommen Abdo provides valuable services at cost-effective rates to their clients. Their knowledge and experience is outstanding and only eclipsed by their compassion and desire to exceed the expectations of their clients.”

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