FOLEY & MANSFIELD, P.L.L.P.
PREPARED FOR THE EXPECTED, THE UNEXPECTED
AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN.
Defending large and small companies and owners, national
litigation firm Foley & Mansfield, P.L.L.P. has built a reputation in
toxic and mass tort litigation. Over time the practice has expanded
to include appellate, bankruptcy, commercial, construction,
employment, insurance, reinsurance, personal injury, products
liability and probate and trust litigation. Whenever possible, the
firm’s experienced litigators bring parties together to resolve claims
before they become expensive, time-consuming legal battles.
Five Foley & Mansfield attorneys were named to this year’s
Rising Stars list.
Partner Joseph M. Barnett focuses on construction law,
general liability and civil litigation. He represents clients on
a pro bono basis in landlord/tenant disagreements, contract
disputes and collection defense.
Concentrating on products liability, mass toxic torts and
personal injury, partner Heather H. Neubauer also has a niche
practice in high-risk asbestos and benzene cases. Active in
Foley & Mansfield’s pro bono/community involvement services,
she mentors law students and new lawyers.
Partner Aaron M. Ponce’s degrees in construction engineering
and background as a construction inspector and estimator well
equip him for construction, products liability and other defense
cases with a technical focus. His pro bono efforts include
representing clients in housing court.
Associate Elizabeth M. Sorenson Brotten focuses her practice
on products liability defense. She also has experience
representing clients in general commercial litigation and
appeals. Brotten serves as pro bono counsel to a southern
Minnesota nonprofit corporation dedicated to preserving
Partner Jamie Habeck Paz primarily takes on complex
litigation cases, including toxic torts, products liability,
commercial litigation and class actions. Criminal defense,
housing, child welfare and adoption matters count among
her pro bono efforts.