Experience. When it comes to defending legal malpractice lawsuits, accounting malpractice claims or ethics complaints, Lommen Abdo’s experience in the upper Midwest is unsurpassed. For over 40 years, Lommen has aggressively represented its professional liability clients, including attorneys, accountants, medical providers, hospitals, insurance agents and other professionals in Minnesota and Wisconsin in the following matters:
- Professional negligence disputes
- Legal malpractice litigation
- Accounting malpractice actions
- Breach of fiduciary duty claims
- Ethics and disciplinary investigations and proceedings
- Directors and officers liability claims
- Professional licensing disputes
- Insurance coverage disputes
Moreover, Lommen is adept at representing professional liability clients in various forums, including trials, appeals, ethics investigations, disciplinary proceedings and arbitrations.
Lommen Abdo’s professional liability team is anchored by Phil Cole and Tom Jacobson, both of whom are board certified civil trial advocates by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Mr. Cole is also certified as a specialist in legal malpractice and medical malpractice by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys.
Additionally, many of Lommen Abdo’s professional liability attorneys have been recognized as Minnesota Super Lawyers or Rising Stars, including Phil Cole, Keith Broady, Tom Jacobson, Barry O’Neil, Bryan Feldhaus, and Kay Nord Hunt, who is the chair of Lommen Abdo’s Appellate and Insurance Coverage Section, and who lends her appellate experience to professional liability and ethics matters.
Finally, Bryan Feldhaus recently obtained an LL.M. degree in Organizational Ethics & Compliance, which allows him to advise professional liability clients about internal compliance and ethics strategies and represent clients in internal investigations, ethics inquiries and disciplinary proceedings and disputes.