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Landye Bennett Blumstein Adds Three New Partners and an Associate Attorney

Feb 12, 2024 | Professional Services, Right Moves

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The Anchorage law firm of Landye Bennett Blumstein (LBB) added three new partners and an associate attorney. The firm looks forward to the team strengthening capabilities in the areas of construction, real estate, natural resources, litigation, labor and employment, and business law.

Andy Erickson has been with LBB since 2016 and became a Partner in January 2024. His practice focuses on Alaska Native, municipal, natural resources, and appellate law. Erickson earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Montana, a master’s degree in environmental policy at the University of Oxford, and a JD from Lewis & Clark Law School. He is a 2007 Harry S. Truman Scholar. Before joining LBB, Erickson was an Alaska Supreme Court clerk and a US Senate policy fellow.

Andy Erickson

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Doug Karet is a litigation and contracts attorney who joined LBB as a Partner in November 2023. With more than twenty-five years of experience in construction and construction law, Karet regularly represents general contractors, subcontractors, owners, and design professionals in all aspects of construction and development, including litigation and dispute resolution. Karet earned his master’s degree and JD at the University of Colorado, where he subsequently taught construction law as an adjunct professor. His bachelor’s degree is from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Licensed to practice in Alaska and Colorado, Karet is a member of the Associated General Contractors of Alaska.

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John Crone also joined LBB as a Partner in November 2023. He works with individuals and private entities on complex litigation, such as employment, construction, business, commercial, and administrative matters. Crone also advocates for clients before Alaska’s Marijuana Control Board and assists in solving marijuana-related regulatory compliance. Prior to joining LBB, Crone worked for a full-service Alaska law firm, handling a variety of litigation and transactional matters. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Columbia College Chicago and a JD from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Alaska and Colorado.

John Crone

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Suzanne Adler joined LBB as an Associate Attorney in January 2024. Her practice focuses on business litigation, natural resources litigation, and employment law. Adler earned a bachelor’s degree from Stonehill College in Massachusetts and obtained her JD from Boston University School of Law. She moved to Alaska in 2016 to clerk for Superior Court Judge Louis J. Menendez in Juneau and Superior Court Judge Bethany S. Harbinson in Fairbanks before entering private practice in Anchorage. She has a successful track record of defending corporate clients in natural resources matters in the Alaska Supreme Court.

Suzanne Adler

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