Lathrop GPM Moving to Redesigned Office Space Within IDS Center


This is the second Lathrop GPM office to be re-designed to support the firm’s hybrid working environment demonstrating the firm’s commitment to its partners, employees, and clients

MINNEAPOLIS (JUNE 24, 2022) – Lathrop GPM is pleased to announce the firm’s Minneapolis office will relocate within the IDS Center in late 2023/early 2024, adopting a new hoteling model and innovative design.

Minneapolis will be the second of the firm’s offices to be redesigned to support the firm’s new hybrid work model. Denver CO was the first, with their new offices opening early this fall. The new space will balance the evolving needs of Partners and employees who want an option for in-person and remote work with the needs of Partners and employees who want to return to the office full-time. Unique to Minneapolis, over the next six months, the firm will collect input from attorneys and administrative staff before determining the final design of the space. The main goals of the new space will be to support flexibility while increasing collaboration that supports the firm in delivering the sophisticated client and legal services that it is known for.

“The move to a hybrid work environment reflects our firm’s commitment to collaboration and adaptation,” said Brian Dillon, Partner in Charge of the Lathrop GPM Minneapolis office. “The new space will better accommodate the needs of our attorneys, staff, and clients, and we’re excited to see the positive impact this will have on the already outstanding work happening daily in our Minneapolis office.”

The reduced cost of the new office space will allow for additional funding to be allocated to innovative measures the firm is taking to further enhance the hybrid work environment, including all new technology in every office allowing all firm Partners and employees to keep the technology they brought home to support their home office set-up.

“Our people are the key to our success as a firm, and we’re excited to invest in them by building a space that supports today’s hybrid working model and provides innovative technology that will make us even sharper practitioners for our clients,” said Courtney Landon, Chief Operating Officer at Lathrop GPM. “I look forward to seeing how direct input from our colleagues in Minneapolis will shape the design in that market, to truly suit the people and work that’s being done there.”

“We are eager to see the benefits of this new, flexible space,” added Cameron Garrison, Managing Partner at Lathrop GPM. “This move will not only create a space where our attorneys and staff can flourish, but it will allow us to best serve our clients through increased collaboration.” 

The firm's Minneapolis roots date back to 1866. There are 98 attorneys and 90 other professionals based in Lathrop GPM’s Minneapolis office. These attorneys and litigators advise clients on corporate, employment, franchise, health, IP, real estate, wealth strategies, and other matters.