Areas of Practice
Kevin is the lead attorney for our Workers' Compensation practice area and a key business litigator for the firm. With many years negotiating and arguing some of our most complex cases, Kevin aggressively represents clients with a host of legal needs and issues. Examples include:
- Business disputes
- Contract lawsuits
- Real estate disputes
- Workers' compensation (employee)
- Family trust disputes
- Appellate litigation
- Personal injury & wrongful death claims (plaintiff)
Currently serving as the City Attorney or Assistant City Attorney for several cities throughout Washington County, Kevin also has extensive experience in municipal law. Kevin helps clients with a host of legal needs and issues facing local governments, such as:
- Land use
- Community development
- Real estate
- Labor & employment
Whether it's for individuals, businesses or municipalities, Kevin's true passion is litigation. He enjoys helping clients resolve their legal disputes either through jury trial or settlements. He particularly relishes the opportunity to argue appellate cases on behalf of his clients; prevailing in a great many. Examples include:
Hearn v. City of Woodbury, 2013 WL 2149972 (Minn. App. 2013)—Successfully defended on behalf of the city an appeal by a business license applicant whose application was denied. The Minnesota Court of Appeals held that the city had an appropriate basis to deny the license.
Domagala v. Rolland, 805 N.W.2d 14 (Minn. 2011)—Successfully appealed on behalf of plaintiff in a personal injury action the trial court’s jury instructions regarding a duty to warn. The Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the trial court’s ruling and remanded the matter for a new trial with Plaintiff’s preferred version of jury instructions.
A&M Market, LLC v. West Side Groceries, Inc., 2013 WL 1942999 (Minn. App. 2013)—In a complex business dispute, successfully defended the trial court’s determination that a seller of real property had breached his option and right of first refusal agreement with the property buyer by failing to disclose certain information needed to exercise the right of first refusal.
City of Lakeland v. Breyfogle, 2010 WL 5154954 (Minn. App. 2010)—successfully defended on behalf of the city an appeal seeking to assess fees and costs against the city after it voluntarily dismissed its lawsuit. The court of appeals ruled in the City’s favor, holding that assessing fees and costs would be improper.
With Eckberg Lammers since 2008, Kevin is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and received his Juris Doctor at William Mitchell College of Law. When he's not practicing law, he is highly-active in local area chambers of commerce. He lives in Woodbury, is an avid weight lifter and motorcyclist, and thoroughly enjoys being active outdoors.
CONTACT KEVIN TODAY.
Call 651-439-2878 or send an e-mail to schedule an appointment.