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Leonard Segal is all about getting ahead of business problems and getting squarely behind his clients at Segal Duffek Moen. Whether your business employs six people or six hundred, and whether you are a for-profit company or a non-profit entity, Lenny has it all covered. With 25 years of experience, Lenny will help with all of your employment and labor law needs (including those you don’t know you need—aka, “prevention”).
Whether you need help navigating a tricky employment situation, need training for your employees, have alleged employee misconduct that needs to be investigated, or simply want a handbook or contract drafted, Lenny brings an unwavering determination to help you improve your employee relations and prevent problems. Employment laws and regulations are numerous and confusing. Lenny brings clarity to the law and to the morass of regulations.
While Lenny enjoys helping clients do things correctly from the beginning, sometimes disputes do arise. Whether it be a state or federal lawsuit, an unemployment insurance appeal, or a discrimination claim brought before the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights, or a local community’s human rights commission, Lenny has extensive experience representing clients before various governmental agencies.
Lenny is a 1993 graduate of the UCLA School of Law and a 1990 graduate of the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Business degree.
Lenny is a Minnesota State Bar Association Certified Labor & Employment Law Specialist. Fewer than 3% of lawyers in Minnesota are certified specialists in their field. In 2023, Lenny made the very exclusive list of Minnesota Super Lawyers for the 16th consecutive year!
To be uncompromising in the areas that matter.
Success is earned through diligence, treating others with respect and busting one’s ass.
To think critically, participate fully, display creativity and do whatever it takes.
To prove by actions that you are trustworthy and accountable.
To see the value of interaction and collaboration. To simply not be a jerk.
To be unsatisfied with the stock answer or good-enough solution. To seek out new thinking and perspectives.