Richard A. Saliterman
Firm: Saliterman & Siefferman, P.C.
Address: 600 South Hwy 169
Minneapolis, MN 55426
Membership: Hennepin County (Chairman, The Hennepin Lawyer Committee, 1985-1987; Member, Board of Governors, 1985-1987), Minnesota State and American Bar Associations.
University: University of Minnesota, B.A., summa cum laude, 1968, Columbia University, J.D., 1971; New York University, LL.M., 1974
Admitted: 1972, Minnesota; 1974, District of Columbia; 1976, U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota
Biography: Phi Beta Kappa. Editor and Staff Member, Columbia Human Rights Law Review, 1969-1971. Author: "Advising Minnesota Corporations and other Business Organizations" (4 vols., hardbound, 2,000 pages), Michie-Butterworth, 1995; "The Trusteeship of Legal Rulemaking," (with Professor Edward Adams, University of Minnesota Law School), 30 Hofstra Law Review, 483, 2001; "Perceptions Bearing Upon the Public Policy Dynamics of Corporation Law" (with Introduction written by Professor Harvey J. Goldschmid, Columbia Law School), 20 Hamline Law Review 257, 1997; "Some Antitrust Problems in Government Insured/Guaranteed Mortgage Lending," 21 Buffalo Law Review 119, 1973; "Dissolution and Buy-Out Provisions as Potential Solutions to Close Corporation Dissension," 1974 Utah Law Review 38, 1974 and 24 Law Review Digest 15, 1974; "Reflections on the Presidential Clemency Power," 38 Oklahoma Law Review 257, 1985; Book Review, 1 Journal of Real Estate Tax'n 120, 1973; Book Review, 2 Journal of Real Estate Tax'n 221, 1974. Co-Author: "Incorporating Under the New Minnesota Incorporation Act," 52 Hennepin Lawyer 10, Nov.-Dec., 1982. Commentator/Reviewer for Ford Foundation Report on the Public Management of Market Forces by Professor Lawrence R. Jacobs and Professor Lawrence Brown, 2003. Adjunct Professor of Law, Hamline University School of Law, 1976-1982. Acting Director and Deputy Director, Compliance and Enforcement Division, Federal Energy Office, New York Region, 1974-1975. Military Attorney to Presidential Clemency Board, The White House, Washington, D.C., 1975. National Judge Advocate, Navy League of the United States, 2001-2002. President, Twin Cities Council, Navy League of the United States, 1997-1999. Secretary and Member of Board of Directors, The Pavek Museum, 1990—. Vice President and Trustee, The W. Harry Davis Foundation, 1988-1995. Secretary and Trustee, The Hopkins Education Foundation, 1995—. Member of Board of Directors, The Minneapolis Urban League, 1986-1993. Member Board of Directors, Minneapolis Downtown Kiwanis Club, 1991-1993. Member National Board of Directors, Navy League of the United States, 1998—.