Injury to person or property due to negligence including but not limited to: traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, products liability, civil rights, wrongful death, liquor liability, premises liability, automobile and other machine related accidents.
General commercial litigation involves virtually every type of dispute that can arise in the business context, including breach of contract cases, partnership/joint venture disputes, class actions, business torts, civil RICO claims, breach of fiduciary duty allegations, and shareholder issues.
COMPLEX LITIGATION, CLASS ACTIONS & MASS TORT
Negligence cases that fall within the context of complex litigation, mass tort and multi-district litigation, crossing different municipalities, counties, or other judicial districts within the state.
Our extensive knowledge of neuroscience and the brain gives us an edge in defending neurosurgeons as their personal counsel or along with their insurance carriers in all aspects of medical malpractice claims.
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW & GOVERNMENT RELATIONS
Through its administrative law and government relations practices, our attorneys represent many of the leading publicly and privately held companies in Minnesota.
The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) regulates consumer reporting agencies and consumer reports. You have certain rights under this federal law, including the the right to seek damages against those who violate the law.
Conflict resolution through mediation is less expensive when compared to litigation and trial. Robert R. Hopper is highly skilled in mediating a variety of civil cases.
Robert R. Hopper & Associates, LLC's background is a unique balance of a variety of complementary experiences, giving our law firm a distinct advantage over other, more traditional firms. Whether we are advocating for our clients in the court room, in arbitration or mediation, in the court of public opinion with the media, or in the political or public policy arenas — persuasive advocacy is always more effective when it is supported with strategic thinking. RRH&A works with our clients to develop a specific and customized strategy that will offer them a strong position to reach a successful outcome.
What distinguishes us from other firms?
RRH&A’s uncommon history and vantage point allow the firm to combine four areas of aptitude and experience: (1) litigation and negotiations, (2) government relations (politics), (3) business advising and counseling and (4) communications and media relations. Working from this perspective and level of expertise, RRH&A has an uncommon advantage over other firms in the representation of our clients.
This philosophy and practice is based on a view that most legal problems and dilemmas facing both individual and corporate clients often require a strategy that is collectively effective in both the courtroom and the court of public opinion, and at times in the political and public policy arenas. Strategic communication requires thoughtful, persuasive communication to advocate a client’s interest or to creatively tell their stories, whether litigation or negotiation, or dealing with the government or media.
Finally, RRH&A’s experience with high profile cases, and cases with both local and national media attention, gives our firm a unique perspective and distinct role, which enables us to determine the best possible strategy to deliver the results our clients need. Strategic communication is imperative to ensure a desired outcome or resolution. Integrating these skills defines the uniqueness of our practice and evinces the breadth and depth of RRH&A as a firm.