Eckberg Lammers Opens New Richmond Office

Hudson, WI; August 21, 2014: To better serve individual, municipal and business clients in Western Wisconsin, the law firm of Eckberg Lammers has opened a new office in downtown New Richmond.

Located in the First National Community Bank building on Knowles Avenue, Eckberg Lammers’ new office will operate primarily as a satellite; providing a more convenient meeting place for clients who live and do business in Wisconsin. Nick Vivian, a partner with the firm, summed up the decision to add a new location. “Our presence in New Richmond represents our strong commitment to clients like the City of New Richmond, local financial institutions, high-quality industrial and manufacturing businesses and the residents of rural St. Croix and Polk counties.”

Vivian also believes adding this new location is smart strategy as the New Richmond and surrounding areas plan for the future. “We have been members of the New Richmond Chamber of Commerce for a number of years and believe the completion of the St. Croix River Crossing will result in a significant expansion of business opportunities throughout St. Croix County. It is our goal to make our specialty practices more accessible and to be well positioned locally for that inevitable growth. New Richmond is a business-friendly community and an outstanding fit for our law firm,” he stated.

About Eckberg Lammers
Founded in 1946, Eckberg Lammers is one of the most well-known law firms in the eastern region of Minneapolis-St. Paul. With offices in Stillwater, Hudson and New Richmond, our attorneys serve clients throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin across a wide platform of individual, business and commercial, and municipal practice areas.

Contact: Nick Vivian
Eckberg, Lammers, Briggs, Wolff & Vierling PLLP
Phone: (651-439-2878)
Fax: (651-439-2923)

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