Taft Minneapolis Partner-in-Charge Justin Weinberg was recently quoted in two Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal articles discussing the ever-changing legal environment since the pandemic.
One article “Seven ways Covid-19 changed the legal scene,” dives into the question of what changes are here to stay, and what more we can expect. Weinberg says, “We’ve been much more vocal about the flexibility. There’s a higher degree of understanding. We’re extending that to all our staff, as well. How teams collaborate with one another now, both client and lawyer teams, has changed forever.”
The other article, “Taft Stettinius & Hollister adding office space in IDS Center,” discusses Taft Minneapolis’ downtown office expansion plan.
Read the articles here and here (subscription required).
Weinberg serves as partner-in-charge of Taft Minneapolis and as outside general counsel to a variety of clients and industries; however, the majority of his work arises from real estate development and construction. In addition, he serves many clients in the areas of liquor licensing, regulatory issues, and hospitality. During the last recession, Weinberg shifted his focus to representing banks and institutional lenders in workouts, lender liability, and foreclosures – a practice Weinberg continues to maintain.