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Robert M. Smith Attorney At Law - Minneapolis, MN

100 South 5th StreetSuite 2100 Minneapolis, MN 55402

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Updated: 09/17/2018

Minneapolis Commercial litigation Law Firm


Robert M. Smith represents small business owners and individuals involved in complex business disputes, legal malpractice lawsuits, securities claims, real estate matters and marriage dissolutions. He advises businesses on contract, lease, employment and general business issues. He has more than 35 years experience in jury and court trials, appeals, and arbitrations, practicing in both state and federal court. Mr. Smith is a trained mediator and arbitrator...

About Robert M. Smith Attorney At Law

Practice Areas

  • Commercial litigation 60%
  • Real Estate Litigation 20%
  • Legal Malpractice 10%
  • Domestic Relations 5%
  • Corporate/Collections/Misc 5%
  • Business
  • Real Estate
  • Business & Commercial Law
  • Employment Law
  • Litigation & Appeals
  • Marriage Dissolution
  • Collections
  • Commercial Landlord-Tenant Disputes


  • 90%



Office Information


100 South 5th StreetSuite 2100 Minneapolis, MN 55402


  • 612-338-5834

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