MINNEAPOLIS, MN—Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A., is pleased to announce that Erin Mathern and Joseph Windler have been elected to the firm Board of Directors. Members of Winthrop & Weinstine’s Board of Directors each serve a three-year term, with elections occurring on a rolling basis. The Board members for 2022 are:
Tammera Diehm, President
Erin Mathern works with real estate development clients to provide practical advice from the inception of a project through closing. With a focus on the development of affordable housing, and specializing in structured financing and tax credits, she coordinates with partners and investors, and ultimately advocates for the best outcomes for her clients and their projects. In addition to her law practice, Mathern is the Board Chair of the Minnesota Housing Partnership, a non-profit organization of community leaders working to expand access to affordable housing through research, public policy and capacity building in Minnesota and nationally.
Joseph Windler represents clients in a wide variety of litigation matters, including those involving government investigations and enforcement actions, securities litigation and arbitrations, distribution chain disputes, franchise related matters, the Americans with Disabilities Act, product liability, FACTA, FDCPA, fraud and consumer fraud, FLSA, employment, discrimination, shareholder disputes, breach of warranty and breach of contract, and life insurance disputes. His clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individuals in a variety of industries such as telecommunications, financial services, investment services, banking, food service, energy, construction, capital venture and insurance.