How did these three get to be shareholders in 2019?
January 15, 2019
They focused on client successes (not their own).
They helped our clients accomplish goals.
And, in the end, they gave our clients peace of mind.
While Lauren Nuffort, Cameron Kelly and Jesse Beier may have different practices, they share a philosophy of the “client comes first” and thrive on solving legal challenges. Lommen Abdo is proud to have them join the rank of shareholder. Not only are they smart, creative and hardworking, they are also great human beings with lives outside the law – someone you can feel comfortable with when you need a lawyer. Let us share a little bit more about each of them:
Jesse Beier is experienced in both Minnesota and Wisconsin estate planning law; business succession planning; and will, trust and probate litigation. Jesse is dedicated to helping individuals, families and businesses prepare for the future through the development of tailor-made plans focused on tax planning, asset protection, probate avoidance and incapacity planning. Jesse enjoys the personal aspects of the field, giving clients the comfort of knowing that they have ensured the security of the things that matter most in life. He understands that each client’s situation differs from the next and changes throughout life’s stages. He strives to provide highly individualized services. He works hand in hand with key advisors, including accountants, financial planners, and trust officers to produce plans that are both comprehensive and cost effective. Jesse shares his estate planning knowledge by regularly publishing articles. Jesse lives in the Minneapolis neighborhood of Bryn Mawr with his wife and two young daughters. He is an avid runner, Nordic skier and spends his free time chasing toddlers and training for endurance races.
Cameron Kelly provides personalized planning for individuals and businesses in Wisconsin and Minnesota. He assists clients with comprehensive estate planning, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives and living wills. He also has a special interest in the estate, gift, and income taxation of estates and trusts and obtained an LLM in Estate Planning from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago while working at Lommen Abdo. In addition to estate planning, Cameron works with business owners from formation to business succession. He is certified as a Real Property Specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association. Residing his entire life in Minnesota, Cameron now offices in Hudson but lives with his wife, daughter and two sons in Stillwater, Minnesota. He is active in the community, including volunteering as a member of the City of Stillwater Planning Commission, at his church and several non-profit corporations, including Students Taking Renewed Interest in the Value of Education (S.T.R.I.V.E.) and providing legal services to cancer patients through Cancer Legal Line, receiving their Volunteer Attorney of the Year award in 2015.
Lauren Nuffort is a civil litigator practicing in the areas of insurance law, transportation law, professional liability, and construction law. She represents insurance companies and their insureds in subrogation claims against third parties for property losses. She has obtained significant recoveries for her clients in losses involving fires, water intrusion, and structural failures. She is also retained to investigate and pursue the subrogation interests of self-insured motor carriers and companies providing truck insurance products and services. In addition, she defends motor carriers and their drivers in lawsuits for property damage and personal injuries. A significant portion of her defense practice includes representing professionals in malpractice actions in Minnesota and North Dakota. Lauren is actively involved in the National Association of Subrogation Professionals and the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association (MDLA). She is co-founder and co-chair of the MDLA’s Women in the Law Committee. She was the joint recipient of the 2018 MDLA President’s Award and was the 2015 recipient of the MDLA Deb Oberlander Young Lawyer Award.