Larry is a thoughtful and aggressive advocate who understands the business and legal implications of the parties he represents. Larry represents businesses and individuals in a wide assortment of commercial lawsuits throughout the United States. In more than 40 states he has prosecuted and defended breach of contract, injunctive actions, fraud actions, franchise disputes, securities matters, shareholder rights actions and other types of business cases. Many of his cases have been tried to jury verdict conclusions in state and federal court. Additionally, he has significant arbitration experience.
Larry is a certified trial lawyer by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and American Bar Association accredited organization. He is also qualified as a Civil Trial Specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association and is a Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Arbitrator.
Throughout his career Larry has lectured extensively at legal symposiums, Minnesota CLE seminars, law colleges and more. In addition, he has authored numerous publications on a variety of topics for the Minnesota Trial Lawyer, the IFA Legal Digest and the Hennepin Lawyer.
- Member – Minnesota State Bar Association
- Former Chairman – Committee on Methods for Non-Judicial Resolution of Disputes – Minnesota State Bar Association
- Member – American Bar Association – Litigation, Antitrust and Forum Committee on Franchising Sections
- Member – Minnesota Association for Justice
- Member – Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association
- Member – Federal Bar Association
- Member – Academy of Certified Trial Lawyers of Minnesota
- Fellow – American College of Board Certified Attorneys
- Member – Certified National Board of Civil Pretrial Practice Advocacy
- Member – Panel of Arbitrator’s Financial Institution Regulatory Authority
- University of Minnesota Foundation, Member of President’s Club
- University of Minnesota, Member of Golden Dunkers
- Member – Northeast Sertoma Club
- Member – Minneapolis Nights of Columbus
- Member – Catholic Order of Foresters