Although our physical office is currently closed, as we do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we continue to be available and ready to assist all clients with their legal needs (whether related to COVID-19 or not). Please do not hesitate to contact us, using email, our main office number, or the direct dial numbers listed on each attorney’s profile page. We remain committed and eager to help.
Gregerson, Rosow, Johnson & Nilan is pleased to announce that Maggie Neuville has been elected as a shareholder of the firm. Maggie has substantial experience in the area of municipal law and serves as the city attorney for the City of Eden Prairie. Maggie also has significant experience in the areas of real estate transactions, land use, development, and title work. Prior to joining the firm, Maggie clerked for the Stearns County District Court and the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
Ric Rosow was recently recognized by the Eden Prairie City Council for his more than 40 years of making a positive difference in Eden Prairie. The city council proclaimed December 3, 2019, as “Ric Rosow Day,” and acknowledged Ric for his dedicated service and commitment to the City of Eden Prairie over the last 41 years. The mayor’s proclamation begins at 1:50:00 of the following link and is followed by Ric’s reflections and thanks to the council members and staff whom he has worked with over the years.
Ric Rosow has been recognized with a commendation from the Eden Prairie Police Department. The commendation provides thanks for Ric’s years of close work and assistance with the Police Department, helping them to research and develop new ordinances and responding to inquiries about the implementation of such laws. The commendation also recognizes Ric for consistently demonstrating the highest standards of professionalism, integrity, and competence, and thanks him for his commitment to keeping Eden Prairie a safe place with an extraordinary quality of life. Congratulations Ric!
Dan Gregerson recently presented a CLE to the Construction Law Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association. Dan’s presentation covered the topic of a principal who has entered bankruptcy and the impact of such bankruptcy on the rights of both the bonded contractor and its surety. The presentation included helpful tips and considerations about how the surety and principal can work together to ensure a more productive relationship that protects the rights of both the principal and surety during this process.