Posted September 17th, 2018 in Top Stories
Don Lewis Named Outstanding Director for Work with HealthPartners
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (September 2018) – Nilan Johnson Lewis is proud to announce that Don Lewis has been recognized by Twin Cities Business as a “2018 Outstanding Director” honoree for his work on the Board of Directors of HealthPartners. Lewis will be honored for his dedication and exceptional work in the course of his board service at an award ceremony on the evening of October 10, 2018.
Don Lewis is a co-founder and shareholder of Nilan Johnson Lewis, whose work at the firm has spanned across the labor and employment, business and health care industries, with a special focus in handling critical and sensitive investigations for clients. Lewis joined the HealthPartners Board in 2013 and has served as its chair. He was a director for Park Nicollet Health Services prior to its combination with HealthPartners.
“Don is an integral part of the firm, and we are proud that his leadership has extended to the community at large,” says Stephen Warch, president of Nilan Johnson Lewis. “Don’s experience in health care, employment and other complex legal areas has been key to his important work with HealthPartners, and we are proud to see him honored for his role.”
A graduate of Harvard Law School, Lewis is a member of the American Law Institute and a fellow of both the American College of Trial Lawyers and the American Bar Association Foundation. He is also a co-founder of the Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers and has served on the Board of Governors of the National Bar Association.
About Nilan Johnson Lewis
Founded in 1996, Nilan Johnson Lewis (dev.nilanjohnson.com) has built a practice grounded in excellence and value. Through its Total Partnership approach to client relationships, Nilan Johnson Lewis delivers exceptional results for its clients’ businesses. The firm focuses on five areas of law: health care, labor and employment, business litigation, product liability/mass tort litigation and corporate and transactional services.