Dan Lund opens Lund IP

Newport, Minnesota (May 3, 2018) – Dan Lund has opened a new law firm, Lund IP, in his home city of Newport, Minnesota, where Lund currently serves as mayor. Lund has spent the past 13 years practicing law in patent departments at Faegre Baker Daniels (Minneapolis) and Shumaker & Sieffert (Saint Paul).

“I am enthusiastic about this opportunity to grow and strengthen relationships with my clients,” said Lund. “At Lund IP, I will bring my years of experience from working with some of the best in the business at go-to patent firms, while having additional flexibility in supporting the business objectives of my clients.”

Lund is a registered patent attorney who brings enthusiasm and a pragmatic approach to problem solving. He works with clients to develop and implement intellectual property strategies to add tangible value to their businesses while respecting their budgetary constraints. His practice includes patent filing and prosecution, IP licensing, and dispute resolution.

Lund received his BS from Michigan Technological University and is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School, where he served on the Minnesota Intellectual Property Review Journal.

About Lund IP PLLC

Lund IP is a law firm that focuses on collaborating with clients in plain language to develop IP strategies that best serve their business objectives. Lund IP’s office is located in Newport, Minnesota. Lund IP can be reached at 651-968-0800 or info@lundip.com.

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