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Olson appointed shareholder at Twin Cities law firm

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West Fargo Pioneer
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The Twin Cities law firm of Felhaber, Larson, Fenlon and Vogt, P.A., has announced that Ryan Olson was appointed a new shareholder. He is a West Fargo High School graduate and his parents, Bruce and Lorelle Olson, live in West Fargo.

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Olson has been with the firm since 2004, and represents clients in commercial, employment, and labor matters in Minnesota and North Dakota. His business consulting and commercial litigation practice ranges from assisting clients with collection matters to assessing, negotiating, and litigating complex breach of contract and business tort claims.

Olson advises employers on personnel and policy issues, and represents them in federal and state court, arbitration and in administrative hearings on numerous employment and labor issues. He also assists federal and state contractors with their affirmative action obligations; and his assistance to contractors ranges from development and implementation of affirmative action plans to assisting federal contractors with OFCCP audits.

Olson received his J.D. from Indiana University-Indianapolis in 2004, graduating magna cum laude, and his B.S. from North Dakota State University with honors in 1999.

Olson can be reached at 612-373-8514 or rolson@felhaber.com.

Founded in Saint Paul, Minn. in 1943, Felhaber, Larson, Fenlon & Vogt, P.A., has offices in Minneapolis and Saint Paul. With over 60 attorneys, the firm serves clients in the areas of banking, corporate and commercial law, employee benefits, employment law, energy, estate planning, health care, immigration, intellectual property, labor law (management side), litigation, real estate, transportation law, white collar defense and appellate, and workers' compensation.

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