Minnesota Lawsuits & Litigation Attorney

Most lawyers rarely if ever set foot in a courtroom. Those lawyers who do – and who do so effectively – possess a few significant traits:

  • A thorough understanding of the law and rules of evidence for the court in which they operate
  • Curiosity and creativity to dig deep to uncover evidence
  • Tenacity to overcome obstacles the other side puts in the way
  • An understanding of how local judges and juries will view a case, and
  • Strong presentation skills that allow him or her to both educate and persuade the court

Thompson Hall Santi Cerny & Katkov, LLC

At the Thompson Hall, our trial attorneys have years of experience handling civil and criminal cases in state and federal courts, including appeals courts and tax court. We also represent business and individual clients in administrative and disciplinary hearings.

Minnesota Litigation Areas

We have a sophisticated business litigation practice capable of securing successful verdicts and settlements in even the most complex legal disputes in trial, in administrative proceedings, and on appeals cases in both state and federal court. We have brought a wide range of cases to court, including:

Our litigation practice uses state of the art information systems that allow quick access to relevant filings, documents, and testimony. Our investment in technology enhances our ability to present your case to a judge or a jury and to respond to each move the opposition makes.

Excellence in Service

We understand that no two people are alike and no two cases are identical. Our commitment to personal attention is evident from the first meeting. We are detail-oriented and results-driven, making sure that we understand your case and your needs. What’s more, we will make sure that you know what to expect from us. We also make sure that you are comfortable with the approach we plan to take, whether you are a business owner concerned with a contract dispute or a property owner wanting to make sure you are awarded a fair price for your land in an eminent domain case, call us. We’re here to help.

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