A Rochester law firm has added a new attorney to its team.
Attorney Christopher White recently joined the firm of Godwin Dold. White previously worked for the Rochester City Attorney’s Office for about six years.
White was a prosecutor as well as a legal counsel to Rochester’s Heritage Preservation Commission and for the Planning Commission.
Godwin Dold was founded by attorneys James Godwin and Rick Dold in 2014. The firm went on hiatus in 2015 when the pair went to work for the Twin Cities firm of Larkin Hoffman.
They re-launched Godwin Dold in Rochester in 2017 with attorney Jay Atkins, who is also a partner.
The firm offers DWI defense, employment and business law services, civil litigation and criminal defense services.
“Chris is going to be a wonderful addition to the team, and we are happy to have him join us and provide significant value to our clients,” stated Dold in the announcement of the hire.