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Gray Plant Mooty’s Coleman and Lamm Receive 2018 Lexology Client Choice Award
February 08, 2018 | News Release

MINNEAPOLIS (February 8, 2018) — Gray Plant Mooty is proud to announce that attorneys Al Coleman and James Lamm were named recipients of the 2018 Client Choice Award in the general corporate and private client categories respectively for Minnesota by The International Law Office and Lexology.

Established in 2005, the Client Choice awards recognize those law firms and partners around the world that stand apart for the excellent client care they provide and the quality of their service. The criteria for the award focuses on an ability to add real value to clients' business above and beyond the other players in the market.

Coleman is a principal at Gray Plant Mooty and member of the Corporate and Business practice group. As a highly regarded and trusted advisor, he provides sophisticated advice and counsel to emerging businesses and established domestic and multi-national companies on a broad range of business and legal issues.

Lamm is a principal at Gray Plant Mooty and chair of the Trust, Estate & Charitable Planning practice group. He works with a variety of high-net-worth clients on estate planning, tax planning, family business succession planning, probate and trust administration, and charitable giving.

These awards survey senior corporate counsel only, with this year's winners chosen from a pool of more than 2,500 individual client assessments. The awards recognize both individual partners and firms that excel across the full spectrum of client service.

About Gray Plant Mooty
Gray Plant Mooty is recognized as one of the leading corporate law firms in Minnesota and one of the top franchise firms in the world. We are a 185-lawyer, full-service firm with offices in Minneapolis and St. Cloud, Minn.; Washington, D.C.; and Fargo, N.D. Our attorneys and staff provide exceptional client service and value, and comprehensive legal services on a regional, national and global basis. Our roots date back to 1866. Learn more at www.gpmlaw.com.