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Sheila Kerwin Discusses Niche Trucking Practice in Twin Cities Business

Nilan Johnson Lewis Shareholder Sheila Kerwin was profiled in the February issue of Twin Cities Business for her niche practice in the trucking industry.  Sheila appears in the article with four other Twin Cities attorneys who also concentrate in niche areas of the law.  Sheila practices with the firm’s transportation team and product liability practice […] More >

Donald Lewis Named One of the Most Influential Black Attorneys

In honor of Black History Month, leading trade publication On Being A Black Lawyer (OBABL) has named the 100 most influential black attorneys. We are proud to announce that Donald Lewis, co-founder of Nilan Johnson Lewis, was named amongst OBABL’s Power 100. As noted by Yolanda Young, OBABL publisher, the publication’s goal to advance diversity […] More >

Nilan Johnson Lewis Honored by Twin Cities Business

Nilan Johnson Lewis a “2011 Small Business Success Story,” Says Twin Cities Business Every year, Twin Cities Business recognizes small business success stories in Minnesota. This year, Nilan Johnson Lewis, PA (NJL) has been selected for that honor.  Our firm will be featured for its “accomplishments and milestones” in the January 2012 issue of Twin […] More >

William Hittler Spotlighted in Bar Talk Article on Page Education Foundation

William Hittler, a founding shareholder of Nilan Johnson Lewis and health care practice group attorney, was featured in the December 21st issue of Bar Talk, the award-winning newsletter of the Federal Bar Association’s Minnesota Chapter.  The article, “Lawyers Expand the Diversity Pipeline,” chronicles the history and growth of the Page Education Foundation, established in 1988 […] More >

OSHA Issues New Directive Regarding Investigations of Alleged Workplace Violence

By:  Sheila T. Kerwin and Lisa M. Schmid On September 8, 2011, OSHA issued a compliance directive addressing investigations of alleged incidents of workplace violence. (OSHA Directive Number CPL 02-01-052.)  The directive establishes OSHA’s general enforcement policies and procedures for field officers to utilize when conducting inspections and issuing citations related to workplace violence.  The […] More >