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Bassford Remele is a full-service litigation firm located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Founded in 1882, the firm represents local, national and international clients in all areas of civil litigation.

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J. Scott Andresen

Shareholder
Construction Group Chair
Recruiting Committee Chair

Email: sandresen@bassford.com

Phone: 612.376.1677

Fax: 612.746.1277

Scott Andresen represents clients in construction and real estate cases involving commercial, multi-family and residential projects.  He has arbitrated or litigated hundreds of disputes related to construction defects, premises liability, MCIOA warranties, indemnity rights, surety bonds, mechanic’s liens and other payment claims, insurance coverage, OSHA citations, and interpretation of construction industry contracts.  Scott also advises clients on how to avoid litigation by managing and transferring risk on the front end of projects.  He is regularly asked to testify at the Minnesota State Legislature and is a frequent lecturer on construction law issues. 

In addition to his construction practice, Scott represents corporations and individuals in complex commercial matters, including multidistrict tort litigation and a recent case where he obtained a $4.75 million dollar jury verdict for a client in a fraudulent transfer action. He also handles class-action matters, such as In re NHL Players’ Concussion Injury Litigation, where he plays a central role in nationwide litigation.

Scott was selected to the 2015 and 2016 Top 100 Minnesota Super Lawyers lists, published in Super Lawyers Magazine. He also was named a 2016 Local Litigation Star by Benchmark Litigation. Scott is licensed to practice in state and federal courts in Minnesota and Wisconsin.


Practice Areas

Construction Law
Commercial Litigation
Real Estate Law
Civil Litigation
Appellate Law



J. Scott Andresen

Shareholder
Construction Group Chair
Recruiting Committee Chair

Email: sandresen@bassford.com

Phone: 612.376.1677

Fax: 612.746.1277

Education

Southern Illinois University School of Law

J.D., 1999
Honors:  Magna Cum Laude
Member and Editor, Southern Illinois University Law Journal

University of Minnesota

B.A., 1996
Major:  Criminology and Social Science




J. Scott Andresen

Shareholder
Construction Group Chair
Recruiting Committee Chair

Email: sandresen@bassford.com

Phone: 612.376.1677

Fax: 612.746.1277

Bar Admissions

State Bars
Minnesota, 1999
Wisconsin, 2000

Federal Bars
U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota, 1999
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin, 2000
U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin, 2000
U.S. District Court, District of Colorado, 2004

Appellate Bars
U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit, 2001



J. Scott Andresen

Shareholder
Construction Group Chair
Recruiting Committee Chair

Email: sandresen@bassford.com

Phone: 612.376.1677

Fax: 612.746.1277

Honors and Awards

Selected to the Top 100 Minnesota Super Lawyers list, published in Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015 and 2016

Named a Local Litigation Star by Benchmark Litigation, 2016

Selected to the Minnesota Super Lawyers list, published in Super Lawyers Magazine, 2013 - 2016

Selected to the Minnesota Rising Stars list, published in Super Lawyers Magazine, 2002, 2004 - 2008 and 2011 - 2012

Named a Future Star by Benchmark Litigation, 2010 - 2015

Selected as an Up-and-Coming Attorney by Minnesota Lawyer, 2004




J. Scott Andresen

Shareholder
Construction Group Chair
Recruiting Committee Chair

Email: sandresen@bassford.com

Phone: 612.376.1677

Fax: 612.746.1277

Professional Awards and Memberships

Minnesota State Bar Association

Co-Chair, Legislative Committee of the Construction Law Section Council, 2015 - Present


Wisconsin State Bar Association

Hennepin County Bar Association

Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association

Associated General Contractors of Minnesota

Douglas K. Amdahl Inn of Court

Master


Minneapolis Downtown Council

Member, 2025 Development Committee, 2015 - Present
Co-Chair, Housing Options Coalition, 2015 - Present





J. Scott Andresen

Shareholder
Construction Group Chair
Recruiting Committee Chair

Email: sandresen@bassford.com

Phone: 612.376.1677

Fax: 612.746.1277

Community Involvement

Volunteer Lawyers Network, Conciliation Court Clinic, 2006 - Present

Volunteer, Habitat for Humanity, 2007




J. Scott Andresen

Shareholder
Construction Group Chair
Recruiting Committee Chair

Email: sandresen@bassford.com

Phone: 612.376.1677

Fax: 612.746.1277

Representative Cases

- Represented a property owner in a lawsuit where an experienced mechanical worker was seriously injured on the job when he fell from the building’s attic. Obtained summary judgment for the owner because it had no duty to warn the worker of the risk of performing his job without taking proper safety precautions. Affirmed by the Minnesota Court of Appeals.

- Represented a small business claiming that a successor company should be responsible for a $3 million judgment against a predecessor based on a fraudulent transfer.   After extensive litigation that included two trips to the Minnesota Court of Appeals, obtained a $4.75 million jury verdict for the client.

- Represented an oil refinery in a Wisconsin lawsuit against a company that allegedly caused a fire while cleaning a holding tank. Obtained a jury verdict in the full amount of the damages sought by Bassford’s client (approximately $1.4 million).

- Represented a general contractor in a claim for extra compensation by a material supplier on an industrial warehouse project.  The general contractor alleged that the extras were caused by the supplier’s delays and defective products, and counterclaimed seeking indemnity for its defense costs.  A three-day arbitration resulted in an award rejecting the material supplier’s claims and requiring it to reimburse the general contractor for its attorney’s fees and costs.

- Represented a general contractor in a construction defect lawsuit brought by a condominium association.  Obtained summary judgment for the general contractor dismissing the association’s claims and ordering the subcontractors to indemnify the general contractor for all of its defense costs.

- Represented property owners against contractors in two separate construction defect lawsuits.  In both cases, obtained jury verdicts awarding the property owners all of the damages they were seeking.

Representative Appellate Cases:
Lindholm v. Carleton Coll., 2016 WL 3461941 (Minn. Ct. App. June 27, 2016).

Rosso v. Hallmark Homes of Minneapolis, Inc., 843 N.W.2d 798 (Minn. Ct. App. 2014).

Johnson v. USL Products, Inc., No. A11-1774, 2012 WL 2078478 (Minn. Ct. App. June 11, 2012).

Nassar v. Chamoun, No. A11-793, 2012 WL 426595 (Minn. Ct. App. Feb. 13, 2012).

Redman v. Sinex, No. A08-1355, 2009 WL 4927140 (D. Minn. Dec. 22, 2009).

Peterson v. Harward, No. A08-0153, 2009 WL 22254 (Minn. Ct. App. Jan. 6, 2009).

Camacho v. Todd and Lieser Homes, 706 N.W.2d 49 (Minn. 2005).

N. States Power Co. v. Fed. Transit Admin., No. 01-295, 2002 WL 459065 (D. Minn. Mar. 19, 2002).

N. States Power Co. v. Fed. Transit Admin., No. 01-295, 2001 WL 1618532 (D. Minn. May 24, 2001).




J. Scott Andresen

Shareholder
Construction Group Chair
Recruiting Committee Chair

Email: sandresen@bassford.com

Phone: 612.376.1677

Fax: 612.746.1277

Publications

Toxic Mold Litigation: Black Mold has Some Seeing Green, American College of Legal Medicine, Legal Medicine Perspectives, Vol. 15, No. 2, March/April 2006

Survey of Illinois Law - Elder Law, (co-author with C. White, L. Beneze, J. Erbes & K. Menninger) 23 S. Ill. U.L.J. 1009 (Summer 1999)

Decisions of the Supreme Court and DHHS Continue to Expand Hospital Liability Under EMTALA, (co-author with M. Whitmore) The Health Lawyer, Health Law Section of the ABA, Vol. 11 No. 3, April, 1999

Abolition of Treble Damages: Substantive or Procedural Changes in Illinois Nursing Home Care Act, (co-author with C. White) The Health Lawyer, Health Law Section of the Illinois State Bar Association, Vol. 15, No. 1, September, 1998

Is Utilization Review the Practice of Medicine? Implications for Managed Care Administrators, 19 J. Legal Med. 431 (Sept. 1998)

Is the Glass Half Empty or Half Full? Resolving the Split of Authority on the Statute of Limitation for Medical Malpractice Actions Against Municipal Entities, (co-author with C. White) The Health Lawyer, Health Law Section of the Illinois State Bar Association, Vol. 14 No. 4, June, 1998




J. Scott Andresen

Shareholder
Construction Group Chair
Recruiting Committee Chair

Email: sandresen@bassford.com

Phone: 612.376.1677

Fax: 612.746.1277

Presentations

The Effects of Condo Litigation and Proposed Legislative Reform, Minnesota Real Estate Journal Condominium & Townhome Development Summit, February 25, 2017

MSBA Construction Law Section's Annual Legislative Update, Minnesota State Bar Association, Construction Law Section, October 14, 2016

The Effects of Condo Litigation and Proposed Legislative Reform, Condominium and Townhome Development Summit, Minnesota Real Estate Journal, February 25, 2016

Condo Reform, Regional Council of Mayors Meeting, Urban Land Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 13, 2015

Creative Settlements in Construction Disputes, Minnesota State Bar Association, Construction Law Section, March 13, 2015

Co-Presenter, Cedar Bluff v. American Family Mutual Insurance Company – A Discussion of the Issues, MDLA Insurance Law Committee and MDLA Construction Law Committee, March 10, 2015

Construction Law for the Non-Specialist, 2014 Real Estate Institute, November 13, 2014

Indemnification, Associated General Contractors of Minnesota, Annual Meeting, November 20, 2013

The New Law and New Debate for Contractual Indemnity Cases; A Discussion of Bolduc, United Prairie, and Amendments to Minn. Stat. § 337.05, Minnesota CLE, September 24, 2013

Insurance Coverage Implications of the Amendments to Minn. Stat. § 337.05, Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association, Insurance Law Committee, September 10, 2013

Two Timely Legal Topics for Contractors and Developers: The Indemnity Law and Minimizing Condo Litigation, Real Estate and Construction Contractors Summit, Minnesota Real Estate Journal, September 6, 2013

Is There a New Normal in Contractual Indemnity Cases? Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association, Trial Techniques Seminar, August 23, 2013

Free Legal Advice on Common Construction Issues, Maxxon Corporation, June 4, 2013

Securing Your Legal Interests and Reducing Your Overall Risk, Real Estate and Construction Contractors Summit, Minnesota Real Estate Journal, September 7, 2012

Risk Shifting in Construction Contracts, Real Estate Convenience Series, Minnesota State Bar Association, May 15, 2012

A Primer on Mechanic’s Liens in Minnesota, Forius, Business Credit Resources, Golden Valley, MN, April 21, 2011

Persons Entitled to and Property Subject to Mechanics' Liens, A Comprehensive Guide to Mechanics' Liens in Minnesota Seminar, Minnesota State Bar Association, September 22, 2009

Condo Conversions and Cooperatives, Timely Topics in Construction Litigation Seminar, Minnesota State Bar Association, June 10, 2009

Persons Entitled to and Property Subject to Mechanics' Liens, A Comprehensive Guide to Mechanics' Liens in Minnesota Seminar, Minnesota State Bar Association, October 15, 2008

Co-Chair, Strategies for Bringing or Defending Condominium or Townhouse Claims, Residential Construction Law Seminar, Minnesota State Bar Association, March 12, 2008

Co-Chair, Anatomy of a 2007 Residential Construction Defect Case Seminar, Minnesota CLE, May 23, 2007

Sources of Recovery, Anatomy of a 2007 Residential Construction Defect Case Seminar, Minnesota CLE, May 23, 2007

Finding Insurance Coverage for Construction Defects:  Understanding Wooddale Builders v. Maryland Casualty, Minnesota State Bar Association, Construction Law Section, December 8, 2006

The Implications of Contractor Dissolution After Camacho, Residential Construction Defect Claims Seminar, Minnesota State Bar Association, May 10, 2006

Appearing as a Witness in a Civil Case: The Basics for Architects and Engineers, Legal Issues for Minnesota Design Professionals Seminar, HalfMoon LLC, May 4, 2006

Economic Loss Doctrine, Minnesota State Bar Association, Construction Law Section, April 28, 2006

Common Issues in Construction Defect/Water Intrusion Claims, CPCU Society Symposium, April 19, 2006

Seminar Co-Chair, Mold and Water Intrusion, A Comprehensive Overview of Litigation and Claims in Minnesota, Minnesota State Bar Association, December 6, 2005

General Overview of Mold Litigation and the Future of Mold Claims, Minnesota State Bar Association, December 6, 2005

Construction Defect Claims – The Plaintiff’s Perspective, Minnesota State Bar Association, December 6, 2005

Seminar Co-Chair, Residential Construction Defect Claims, Minnesota State Bar Association, May 23, 2005

Negotiating and Drafting the Settlement Agreement, Minnesota State Bar Association, May 23, 2005

Residential Construction Defect Claims – Plaintiff’s Perspective, Minnesota State Bar Association, May 24, 2004

Mold Litigation in Minnesota, Lorman Education Services, March 26, 2003

Mold - Why Mold? Why Now? Minnesota State Bar Association, November 21 and 22, 2002

The 2002 Real Estate Convenience Series, Minnesota State Bar Association, June 13, 2002

Solving Water Intrusion and Mold Problems, Lorman Education Services, April 24, 2002




J. Scott Andresen

Shareholder
Construction Group Chair
Recruiting Committee Chair

Email: sandresen@bassford.com

Phone: 612.376.1677

Fax: 612.746.1277




J. Scott Andresen

Shareholder
Construction Group Chair
Recruiting Committee Chair

Email: sandresen@bassford.com

Phone: 612.376.1677

Fax: 612.746.1277

Scott Andresen represents clients in construction and real estate cases involving commercial, multi-family and residential projects.  He has arbitrated or litigated hundreds of disputes related to construction defects, premises liability, MCIOA warranties, indemnity rights, surety bonds, mechanic’s liens and other payment claims, insurance coverage, OSHA citations, and interpretation of construction industry contracts.  Scott also advises clients on how to avoid litigation by managing and transferring risk on the front end of projects.  He is regularly asked to testify at the Minnesota State Legislature and is a frequent lecturer on construction law issues. 

In addition to his construction practice, Scott represents corporations and individuals in complex commercial matters, including multidistrict tort litigation and a recent case where he obtained a $4.75 million dollar jury verdict for a client in a fraudulent transfer action. He also handles class-action matters, such as In re NHL Players’ Concussion Injury Litigation, where he plays a central role in nationwide litigation.

Scott was selected to the 2015 and 2016 Top 100 Minnesota Super Lawyers lists, published in Super Lawyers Magazine. He also was named a 2016 Local Litigation Star by Benchmark Litigation. Scott is licensed to practice in state and federal courts in Minnesota and Wisconsin.


Practice Areas


Construction Law
Commercial Litigation
Real Estate Law
Civil Litigation
Appellate Law

Education


Southern Illinois University School of Law

J.D., 1999
Honors:  Magna Cum Laude
Member and Editor, Southern Illinois University Law Journal

University of Minnesota

B.A., 1996
Major:  Criminology and Social Science

Bar Admissions


State Bars
Minnesota, 1999
Wisconsin, 2000

Federal Bars
U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota, 1999
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin, 2000
U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin, 2000
U.S. District Court, District of Colorado, 2004

Appellate Bars
U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit, 2001

Honors and Awards


Selected to the Top 100 Minnesota Super Lawyers list, published in Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015 and 2016

Named a Local Litigation Star by Benchmark Litigation, 2016

Selected to the Minnesota Super Lawyers list, published in Super Lawyers Magazine, 2013 - 2016

Selected to the Minnesota Rising Stars list, published in Super Lawyers Magazine, 2002, 2004 - 2008 and 2011 - 2012

Named a Future Star by Benchmark Litigation, 2010 - 2015

Selected as an Up-and-Coming Attorney by Minnesota Lawyer, 2004


Professional Awards and Memberships


Minnesota State Bar Association

Co-Chair, Legislative Committee of the Construction Law Section Council, 2015 - Present


Wisconsin State Bar Association

Hennepin County Bar Association

Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association

Associated General Contractors of Minnesota

Douglas K. Amdahl Inn of Court

Master


Minneapolis Downtown Council

Member, 2025 Development Committee, 2015 - Present
Co-Chair, Housing Options Coalition, 2015 - Present



Community Involvement


Volunteer Lawyers Network, Conciliation Court Clinic, 2006 - Present

Volunteer, Habitat for Humanity, 2007


Representative Cases


- Represented a property owner in a lawsuit where an experienced mechanical worker was seriously injured on the job when he fell from the building’s attic. Obtained summary judgment for the owner because it had no duty to warn the worker of the risk of performing his job without taking proper safety precautions. Affirmed by the Minnesota Court of Appeals.

- Represented a small business claiming that a successor company should be responsible for a $3 million judgment against a predecessor based on a fraudulent transfer.   After extensive litigation that included two trips to the Minnesota Court of Appeals, obtained a $4.75 million jury verdict for the client.

- Represented an oil refinery in a Wisconsin lawsuit against a company that allegedly caused a fire while cleaning a holding tank. Obtained a jury verdict in the full amount of the damages sought by Bassford’s client (approximately $1.4 million).

- Represented a general contractor in a claim for extra compensation by a material supplier on an industrial warehouse project.  The general contractor alleged that the extras were caused by the supplier’s delays and defective products, and counterclaimed seeking indemnity for its defense costs.  A three-day arbitration resulted in an award rejecting the material supplier’s claims and requiring it to reimburse the general contractor for its attorney’s fees and costs.

- Represented a general contractor in a construction defect lawsuit brought by a condominium association.  Obtained summary judgment for the general contractor dismissing the association’s claims and ordering the subcontractors to indemnify the general contractor for all of its defense costs.

- Represented property owners against contractors in two separate construction defect lawsuits.  In both cases, obtained jury verdicts awarding the property owners all of the damages they were seeking.

Representative Appellate Cases:
Lindholm v. Carleton Coll., 2016 WL 3461941 (Minn. Ct. App. June 27, 2016).

Rosso v. Hallmark Homes of Minneapolis, Inc., 843 N.W.2d 798 (Minn. Ct. App. 2014).

Johnson v. USL Products, Inc., No. A11-1774, 2012 WL 2078478 (Minn. Ct. App. June 11, 2012).

Nassar v. Chamoun, No. A11-793, 2012 WL 426595 (Minn. Ct. App. Feb. 13, 2012).

Redman v. Sinex, No. A08-1355, 2009 WL 4927140 (D. Minn. Dec. 22, 2009).

Peterson v. Harward, No. A08-0153, 2009 WL 22254 (Minn. Ct. App. Jan. 6, 2009).

Camacho v. Todd and Lieser Homes, 706 N.W.2d 49 (Minn. 2005).

N. States Power Co. v. Fed. Transit Admin., No. 01-295, 2002 WL 459065 (D. Minn. Mar. 19, 2002).

N. States Power Co. v. Fed. Transit Admin., No. 01-295, 2001 WL 1618532 (D. Minn. May 24, 2001).


Publications


Toxic Mold Litigation: Black Mold has Some Seeing Green, American College of Legal Medicine, Legal Medicine Perspectives, Vol. 15, No. 2, March/April 2006

Survey of Illinois Law - Elder Law, (co-author with C. White, L. Beneze, J. Erbes & K. Menninger) 23 S. Ill. U.L.J. 1009 (Summer 1999)

Decisions of the Supreme Court and DHHS Continue to Expand Hospital Liability Under EMTALA, (co-author with M. Whitmore) The Health Lawyer, Health Law Section of the ABA, Vol. 11 No. 3, April, 1999

Abolition of Treble Damages: Substantive or Procedural Changes in Illinois Nursing Home Care Act, (co-author with C. White) The Health Lawyer, Health Law Section of the Illinois State Bar Association, Vol. 15, No. 1, September, 1998

Is Utilization Review the Practice of Medicine? Implications for Managed Care Administrators, 19 J. Legal Med. 431 (Sept. 1998)

Is the Glass Half Empty or Half Full? Resolving the Split of Authority on the Statute of Limitation for Medical Malpractice Actions Against Municipal Entities, (co-author with C. White) The Health Lawyer, Health Law Section of the Illinois State Bar Association, Vol. 14 No. 4, June, 1998


Presentations


The Effects of Condo Litigation and Proposed Legislative Reform, Minnesota Real Estate Journal Condominium & Townhome Development Summit, February 25, 2017

MSBA Construction Law Section's Annual Legislative Update, Minnesota State Bar Association, Construction Law Section, October 14, 2016

The Effects of Condo Litigation and Proposed Legislative Reform, Condominium and Townhome Development Summit, Minnesota Real Estate Journal, February 25, 2016

Condo Reform, Regional Council of Mayors Meeting, Urban Land Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 13, 2015

Creative Settlements in Construction Disputes, Minnesota State Bar Association, Construction Law Section, March 13, 2015

Co-Presenter, Cedar Bluff v. American Family Mutual Insurance Company – A Discussion of the Issues, MDLA Insurance Law Committee and MDLA Construction Law Committee, March 10, 2015

Construction Law for the Non-Specialist, 2014 Real Estate Institute, November 13, 2014

Indemnification, Associated General Contractors of Minnesota, Annual Meeting, November 20, 2013

The New Law and New Debate for Contractual Indemnity Cases; A Discussion of Bolduc, United Prairie, and Amendments to Minn. Stat. § 337.05, Minnesota CLE, September 24, 2013

Insurance Coverage Implications of the Amendments to Minn. Stat. § 337.05, Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association, Insurance Law Committee, September 10, 2013

Two Timely Legal Topics for Contractors and Developers: The Indemnity Law and Minimizing Condo Litigation, Real Estate and Construction Contractors Summit, Minnesota Real Estate Journal, September 6, 2013

Is There a New Normal in Contractual Indemnity Cases? Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association, Trial Techniques Seminar, August 23, 2013

Free Legal Advice on Common Construction Issues, Maxxon Corporation, June 4, 2013

Securing Your Legal Interests and Reducing Your Overall Risk, Real Estate and Construction Contractors Summit, Minnesota Real Estate Journal, September 7, 2012

Risk Shifting in Construction Contracts, Real Estate Convenience Series, Minnesota State Bar Association, May 15, 2012

A Primer on Mechanic’s Liens in Minnesota, Forius, Business Credit Resources, Golden Valley, MN, April 21, 2011

Persons Entitled to and Property Subject to Mechanics' Liens, A Comprehensive Guide to Mechanics' Liens in Minnesota Seminar, Minnesota State Bar Association, September 22, 2009

Condo Conversions and Cooperatives, Timely Topics in Construction Litigation Seminar, Minnesota State Bar Association, June 10, 2009

Persons Entitled to and Property Subject to Mechanics' Liens, A Comprehensive Guide to Mechanics' Liens in Minnesota Seminar, Minnesota State Bar Association, October 15, 2008

Co-Chair, Strategies for Bringing or Defending Condominium or Townhouse Claims, Residential Construction Law Seminar, Minnesota State Bar Association, March 12, 2008

Co-Chair, Anatomy of a 2007 Residential Construction Defect Case Seminar, Minnesota CLE, May 23, 2007

Sources of Recovery, Anatomy of a 2007 Residential Construction Defect Case Seminar, Minnesota CLE, May 23, 2007

Finding Insurance Coverage for Construction Defects:  Understanding Wooddale Builders v. Maryland Casualty, Minnesota State Bar Association, Construction Law Section, December 8, 2006

The Implications of Contractor Dissolution After Camacho, Residential Construction Defect Claims Seminar, Minnesota State Bar Association, May 10, 2006

Appearing as a Witness in a Civil Case: The Basics for Architects and Engineers, Legal Issues for Minnesota Design Professionals Seminar, HalfMoon LLC, May 4, 2006

Economic Loss Doctrine, Minnesota State Bar Association, Construction Law Section, April 28, 2006

Common Issues in Construction Defect/Water Intrusion Claims, CPCU Society Symposium, April 19, 2006

Seminar Co-Chair, Mold and Water Intrusion, A Comprehensive Overview of Litigation and Claims in Minnesota, Minnesota State Bar Association, December 6, 2005

General Overview of Mold Litigation and the Future of Mold Claims, Minnesota State Bar Association, December 6, 2005

Construction Defect Claims – The Plaintiff’s Perspective, Minnesota State Bar Association, December 6, 2005

Seminar Co-Chair, Residential Construction Defect Claims, Minnesota State Bar Association, May 23, 2005

Negotiating and Drafting the Settlement Agreement, Minnesota State Bar Association, May 23, 2005

Residential Construction Defect Claims – Plaintiff’s Perspective, Minnesota State Bar Association, May 24, 2004

Mold Litigation in Minnesota, Lorman Education Services, March 26, 2003

Mold - Why Mold? Why Now? Minnesota State Bar Association, November 21 and 22, 2002

The 2002 Real Estate Convenience Series, Minnesota State Bar Association, June 13, 2002

Solving Water Intrusion and Mold Problems, Lorman Education Services, April 24, 2002