Litigator Mark Hallberg Joins Robins Kaplan LLP
January 5, 2021
Robins Kaplan is pleased to announce that veteran litigator Mark A. Hallberg has joined the firm’s Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Group. For more than 41 years, Hallberg has represented individuals and families in medical malpractice, personal injury, and wrongful death actions. Over that period, he has tried more than 75 trials to jury verdict.
A recognized leader in the personal injury and medical malpractice bar, Hallberg is certified as a civil trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and by the Minnesota State Bar Association. He is also a fellow in the invitation-only American College of Trial Lawyers and an associate in the American Board of Trial Advocates.
In addition to his litigation practice, Hallberg has served as an adjunct professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, where he has taught the medical malpractice course for more than 20 years.
“Mark is a leader in the personal injury and medical malpractice bar,” noted Peter Schmit, chair of the Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Group. “Few others can match his reputation at trial, and we’re excited to see him put that experience to work for our clients.”
“I was drawn to Robins Kaplan because their attorneys are known for taking on some of the most complex and impactful personal injury and medical malpractice cases out there,” said Hallberg, “I’m looking forward to joining that effort.”
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