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Brian J. Linnerooth
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Minneapolis, MN 55402
P 612.215.4942
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Brian J. Linnerooth is an Associate at Best & Flanagan and member of the firm’s Business & Corporate Law and Employment Law practice groups. Brian leverages his experience in corporate compliance to assist clients implement policies and procedures and adapt to regulatory changes. 

Prior to joining Best & Flanagan, Brian worked for nearly a decade in the financial services industry, starting as an Insurance Licensing Specialist and quickly advancing through the ranks to the position of Compliance Officer.

While at Mitchell Hamline College of Law, Brian and his partner won the Rosalie E. Wahl Moot Court Competition and participated in the New York City Bar Regional Moot Court Competition.

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Mitchell Hamline College of Law, J.D., magna cum laude
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, B.A.
State of Minnesota
State of New Mexico
U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit
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  • North Star Lawyer, Minnesota State Bar Association; 2020, 2022
  • Top Lawyers in Minnesota, Minnesota Monthly, 2022-present
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Corporate Law