Barry A. O'Neil

Areas of Practice:

Professional Liability, Legal Malpractice, Attorney Discipline, Accounting Malpractice, Commercial & Contract Disputes, Shareholder/Owner Disputes, Real Estate Litigation, Employment Litigation; Entertainment Litigation, Probate & Trust Disputes

Office Location:
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Barry O’Neil is admitted to practice in Minnesota state and federal courts, Illinois and Wisconsin federal courts, U.S. Tax Court and U.S. Supreme Court.

Barry O’Neil is a trial attorney, who is certified as a Civil Trial Specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association. He represents professionals in malpractice claims with an emphasis in legal and accounting malpractice. Mr. O’Neil’s practice also involves the resolution of complex commercial disputes, employment-related issues and insurance claims. His commercial litigation experience has included contract, shareholder, partnership and business competition disputes in both trial and arbitration settings. Mr. O’Neil is the practice group manager of the firm’s Trials and Litigation Practice Group.

Mr. O’Neil is a frequent lecturer on CLE topics including professional liability issues, trial practice and business litigation issues. He has repeatedly been selected for inclusion in Minnesota Super Lawyers, is rated AV Preeminent® for the highest level of professional excellence by Martindale-Hubbell and is recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© for his work in the practice areas of Litigation – Real Estate.

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Gustavus Adolphus College, B.A., cum laude, 1986

William Mitchell College of Law, J.D., cum laude, 1991

Minnesota, 1991

U.S. District Court District of Minnesota, 1992

U.S. District Court Central District of Illinois, 1994

U.S. District Court Western District of Wisconsin, 1999

U.S. Tax Court, 1999

U.S. Court of Appeals Eighth Circuit, 2003

U.S. Supreme Court, 2005

Hennepin County Bar Association

Minnesota State Bar Association

Federal Bar Association

American Bar Association