Noteboom, Schwingler Recognized as Powerful Business Litigators in Minnesota

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Stinson LLP Partners Todd Noteboom and Peter Schwingler have been named to the Minnesota Lawyer POWER 30: Business Litigation 2022 list.

The business litigation edition of the POWER 30 highlights attorneys from around the state who have handled significant cases influencing the direction of the law and those who lead and influence the Minnesota legal community.

Noteboom is one of the most sought after litigators in Minnesota and throughout the country. For nearly 30 years, he has defended major U.S. corporations and their senior executives in material litigation, enforcement proceedings and investigations, with an emphasis on matters for the financial services and insurance industries. Noteboom regularly defends clients in "bet the company" litigation, in addition to representing clients in complex securities litigation, arbitration and regulatory investigations and proceedings involving the SEC, FINRA, state regulators and state attorneys general.

Schwingler is a nationally recognized litigator with significant experience in antitrust and class action defense. A former trial attorney in the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice, he provides his clients an insider's acumen when it comes to antitrust litigation, class action defense and government investigations, counseling them on antitrust compliance and navigating antitrust issues relating to mergers and acquisitions. Schwingler has tried two of the largest merger challenges in U.S. history, including the government's successful challenge of Anthem's proposed $54 billion merger with Cigna.

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