MSB Justice Honored in 50th Anniversary Edition of Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine

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2022 MPLS St. Paul Magazine MJSB Honors

MSB Employment Justice is featured in the 50th Anniversary Edition of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine as the “Award Winning” Employment Law Firm. The May issue is on newsstands as of April 27 and features a full page on the firm’s commitment to its clients and the community. 

With diverse professional and life experiences spanning more than 50 years combined, the firm’s four partners of Chris Moreland, Bree Johnson, Amy Boyle and Ross Stadheim are a formidable force. They have demonstrated success recovering millions of dollars on behalf of employees harmed in the workplace by employers’ unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment and assault, and unlawful retaliation. 

MSB Justice’s clients regularly praise the firm’s unique client-centered approach to handling claims and legal matters, whether that’s in pre-litigation, investigation, alternative dispute resolution or litigation processes. As one client recently shared, “Rest assured that when faced with a daunting challenge, MSB Employment Justice will have your back the entire way.”


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Bree Johnson

After more than a decade in the legal industry and BigLaw firms, attorney and activist Bree Johnson saw an opportunity to do more for employees who are mistreated in the workplace with a career move to representing employees and plaintiffs. See Full Bio

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