Attorney Daniel Schleck Joins Messerli & Kramer’s Corporate & Business Law Group

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Posted Apr 24, 2016

Messerli & Kramer P.A. welcomes attorney Daniel S. Schleck to the Corporate & Business Law Group in Minneapolis. Dan brings more than two decades of experience in private practice in real estate transactions, finance and development including environmental law and regulation, environmental compliance, eminent domain, construction law and commercial lending for both lenders and borrowers. He has a chemical engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is a licensed Professional Engineer and spent his early years before concentrating on legal practice with Waste Management, Inc., as both an engineer and advisor in the General Counsel’s Office on technical and legal matters.

Mr. Schleck earned his J.D. with honors from Chicago Kent College of Law and has served with several Twin Cities law firms. His connection to Messerli & Kramer includes partnering with our litigation group on resolution, closure and potential redevelopment with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency on a large Superfund Site in the metro area prior to joining our firm. Additional career experience includes managing his own law firm for several years and serving as outside city attorney for the City of Mendota Heights for six years.

He has been a licensed Professional Engineer within the State of Wisconsin since 1989. He is also the former Chairperson of the Environmental Section of the Minnesota Bar Association, an adjunct professor of environmental law at St. Thomas College of Law and a charter member of the Minnesota Brownfield Foundation.

“We have known Dan in the legal community for many years and are fortunate to have him join our team. His experience will add value to our clients as well as to our firm’s leadership group,” said John Lang, Messerli & Kramer’s President.

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