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Dorsey & Whitney
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  1. a large law firm, with close to 700 lawyers and 850 staff located in 19 offices in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia

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  2. Its headquarters is in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and has been since its inception

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  3. Dorsey was founded in 1912 by William Lancaster, a director of First National Bank of Minneapolis (now part of U.S. Bank), and David Simpson, a judge on the Minnesota Supreme Court

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  4. Dorsey is currently led by its managing partner, Marianne D. Short

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  5. Its lawyers have included several prominent public figures, such as former U.S. Supreme Court justice Harry Blackmun, former Vice President Walter Mondale (who still works there actively), former Governor of Iowa Tom Vilsack, and U.S. Senator Amy Klo

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  6. also included legal scholar William Prosser, author of the most important legal textbook in American tort law, Prosser On Torts

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