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Larkin Hoffman’s Government Relations Group will been honored as “Lobbyist of the Year”  at the fourth annual Leaders in Public Policy awards sponsored by Capitol Report and Politics in Minnesota.  The awards recognize individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions toward Minnesota’s political, public policy or civic environment during the state’s current fiscal year or 2013 legislative session. This is the first year that an award for Lobbyist of the Year will be granted. The honor recognizes that Larkin Hoffman’s lobbying team “had the most  successful year for their clients at the Capitol in 2013.” 

Dick Knutson, Larkin Hoffman’s longtime chief operating officer, has been named the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s National Volunteer of the Year for his leadership, passion and commitment to advancing the movement to create a world free of MS and address the challenges of those affected by the disease. Dick accepted the organization’s most prestigious honor Friday, November 8, at the National MS Society Leadership Conference in Denver.

Larkin Hoffman announces today that the firm will relocate to the 8300 Tower of the Normandale Lake Office Park in Bloomington, Minnesota by January 1, 2015.  The firm has been at its present location in the nearby Wells Fargo Plaza for over four decades.  The move to Normandale Lake Office Park is part of the firm's long-term strategic plan.

An employer facing accusations of retaliation and discrimination turned to Larkin Hoffman. Larkin Hoffman’s employment litigation team, led by Chris Harristhal and Julia Halbach, successfully defended this large institutional client against accusations under Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.



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