Mansfield Tanick and Choen PA is a private law firm based in Minnesota, Minneapolis. This firm was founded in 1989 after Seymour J. Mansfield and Marshall H. Tanick started a partnership. Mr. Mansfield has been in legal practice since 1969. He is a former Executive Director of Mid-Minnesota Legal Services as well as the Minneapolis Legal Aid Society. Marshall Tanick, on the other hand, is a former journalist and has been a practicing attorney since 1974. Within a year of their partnership, Earl H. Cohen merged his business with the firm. This merger finally changed the firm’s name to Mansfield Tanick and Choen PA in 1998. Since its establishment, the firm has been much known for its practices in legal areas such as business litigation, employment law, Constitutional Law, defamation, labor and employment, civil litigation, media law, corporate law, real estate and bankruptcy.
Attorneys working for Mansfield Tanick and Choen are well qualified and backed by strong experience and expertise in the field. Along with providing state of the art services, members of this firm are also much acclaimed for the various public service activities, legal education seminars and workshops. They are quite active in providing funding scholarships and financial aid to students of law and legal studies. Over the years, Mansfield Tanick and Choen PA has also been substantially involved in the pro bono legal cases in wide areas, ranging from environment to immigration. They have also provided political asylum work for Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights.
Another initiative taken by the firm is the INCubation Center, which is a comprehensive program, designed to foster the businesses in the society. This program helps new businesses grow and meet their potential. Counseling on tax handling is also provided in this program. Mansfield Tanick and Choen PA has seen quite a strong expansion over the past 10 years. They currently have over 20 attorneys and another 50 employees providing assistance to these legal experts. They also plan to expand the radius of their services to cities beyond Minnesota.