Foley & Mansfield Elects Two to Partnership

 Foley & Mansfield today announced that two attorneys have been elected to the partnership. Holly E. Acevedo (Los Angeles) and Elizabeth Sorenson Brotten (Minneapolis) have been associate attorneys with the firm, with a focus in toxic and mass tort litigation.

Acevedo has more than 10 years of civil litigation experience. She represents a wide spectrum of product and premises defendants in all aspects of litigation, including personal injury and wrongful death cases. She also has substantial experience managing cases for equipment manufacturers in asbestos/toxic tort litigation.

Sorenson Brotten focuses her practice on the defense of product liability and toxic tort cases. A native of North Dakota, she is experienced with legal matters involving oil and gas law, including assisting clients in the negotiation of lease and easement agreements. She also has experience representing clients in general commercial litigation and appeals.
“Both of these women have a strong history working closely with our firm clients,” says Kyle Mansfield, co-founder of the firm. “They are extremely talented, respected, and well liked by their peers. We are excited to have them moving into leadership roles at Foley & Mansfield.” 


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