Farrish Johnson Law Office Announces Merger
MANKATO, Minn. — Farrish Johnson Law Office of Mankato, MN, and Brandt Law Office of St. Peter, MN, are pleased to announce the merger of the two firms effective on February 1, 2019. The combined firm will practice under the Farrish Johnson Law Office name.
The firms have highly complementary practice areas and, with this merger, the attorneys from both firms will be able to provide greater legal assistance and expertise to individuals, families and businesses across southern Minnesota.
Farrish Johnson Law Office will retain office locations in Mankato, Madelia and St. Peter. The attorneys and support staff at each office are dedicated to providing quality legal services with professional reliability and high ethical standards.
James Brandt of Brandt Law Office commented, “I look forward to the opportunity of merging our practice with the experienced lawyers at Farrish Johnson. This is an opportunity to focus our practice on what we do best and open additional areas of practice including business law, business litigation, family law, and employment law. Also, it is very reassuring that we will be joining Farrish Johnson, the tenth oldest law firm in the State of Minnesota.”
Scott Kelly of Farrish Johnson Law Office followed by saying, “The best of both firms will be brought out in this merger. The combined practice will be able to provide even more extensive legal services and additional resources for Mankato, Madelia, St. Peter and the surrounding areas.”
Farrish Johnson Law Office
Farrish Johnson Law Office has been serving Mankato and southern Minnesota for over 125 years. The firm is well known in Minnesota as one of the leading civil litigation and business law firms in the state.
Brandt Law Office
Brandt Law Office has been providing knowledgeable legal advice to St. Peter, MN, and the surrounding areas since 1978. The firm’s attorneys, James W. Brandt, Christopher P. Grean and Jerold M. Lucas, specialize in a variety of practice areas, including real estate, family law, municipal law, probate, workers’ compensation and more.