Kathleen Wright graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in French Studies. She received a paralegal certificate from North Hennepin Community College in May 2017. She has been employed at Stich Angell since 2017.
Pat Biren has been defending civil claims for more than 15 years. His demeanor and litigation skills have earned his clients’ trust and the respect from opposing parties and their counsel. Pat was raised on a farm in southwestern Minnesota, and he applies the practical knowledge and work ethic he gained from that experience to … Continued
For over 15 years, Ryan Johannsen has represented insurance carriers in a wide variety of civil litigation matters, earning their respect and trust as a well-rounded and highly skilled civil litigation attorney. Ryan’s litigation practice focuses in the areas of local and national subrogation (specializing in fire and explosion, fire suppression system, construction, agriculture, hazardous … Continued
Alex Herman joined Stich Angell as an associate attorney in 2016. His primary areas of interest are construction, insurance, products liability, premises liability, employment, and real estate law. Alex is a member of the Minnesota Subcontractors Association. Alex received his J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2016, where he was Captain and … Continued
Anthony S. Morris joined Stich Angell as an associate in 2016. Prior to becoming an associate with Stich Angell, he was a law clerk to the Honorable Kathleen D. Sheehy in Minnesota’s Fourth Judicial District. Anthony graduated cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2013, where he was an International Moot Court … Continued
Sarah Reinhart graduated with a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from St. Cloud State University in 2006. She has worked in the legal field for over six years and brings with her a unique set of skills enabling her to maneuver through files with a skillful touch. Timely communication, efficiency, and practical solutions are … Continued