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Sieben Edmunds Hires Mayor of Lakeville, Matt Little

by Sep 8, 2014News Stories, Social Media, Uncategorized

The law firm of Sieben Edmunds PLLC, located in Mendota Heights, recently hired Matt Little as an attorney.  Little graduated magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School in May of 2014 and serves as the Mayor of Lakeville.  This hire is indicative of the firm’s expansion into the area of personal injury litigation.

Kevin Sieben and Samuel Edmunds sit down with new hire, Matt Little to discuss upcoming cases.

Kevin Sieben and Samuel Edmunds sit down with new hire, Matt Little to discuss upcoming cases.

Samuel Edmunds, a partner at Sieben Edmunds, said this of the new hire, “Matt brings a lot to the table as a first year associate.  He has experience and insight into both personal injury and criminal law, which will be incredibly helpful for the people we represent.  We are excited to have him on board here at Sieben Edmunds.”  While in school, Little worked at Sieben Grose Von Holtum and Carey and clerked at the Dakota County Attorney’s Office in Hastings, Minnesota.

Kevin Sieben, the firm’s other namesake, also noted, “Our firm doesn’t just know the law, we take pride in treating people as people, and not just another client.”  Matt loves helping people and has a reputation for doing so as the Mayor of Lakeville.  He will be a perfect fit in maintaining the high standard of service we provide to each and every person that needs our help.”

 

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