Stephen H. Parsons, Attorney
Stephen H. Parsons is an Associate of Mansfield, Tanick & Cohen, P.A. who is licensed to practice in the State and Federal courts in Minnesota. He practices in the areas of employment law and business litigation, representing both employers and employees in the areas of contract negotiations, severance issues, discrimination complaints, trade secret issues, non-competition agreements, and whistle-blower complaints. Mr. Parsons also represents clients on claims involving professional licensure, partnership and minority shareholder disputes, ERISA long-term disability claims, and land-use issues. He is an active participant in the Hennepin County Bar Association's volunteer lawyers network.
Mr. Parsons and Kathryn Rosebear live in Minneapolis and are active gardeners, having received multiple Blooming Boulevards Awards from the Minneapolis Park Board. Mr. Parsons enjoys cooking and specializes in barbeque. He is a golfer, a whitewater canoeist and is a past Chairman of the United States Canoe and Kayak Team (the National Governing Body for the Olympic sport of canoe/kayak) and the National Slalom and Wildwater Committee of the American Canoe Association.
|Education:||Grinnell College B.A.|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court District of Minnesota|
DirectTV v. Bertram 2003
GCM, Inc. vs. Computer Dealers & Recyclers Global, inc. et al.
Gee v. Minnesota State Colleges and Universities 2005
Listing provided by FindLaw. How to update or change your listing?
|Minneapolis Consumer Protection Lawyer|
What You Should Know About Missouri Workers' Compensation
Work-related injuries are common and Missouri has rules in place to help you if you have suffered an on-the-job injury.
by James Hoffmann
U.S. IMMIGRATION POLICY, POLICE BRUTALITY, AND UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE: Dedicated to Michael Brown and Others who have been killed
With many cases of immigrants being wrongfully deported without a fair and adequate hearing pursuant to the treaty and increasing police brutality against minorities like Michael Brown; matters need to be taken directly to the United Nations to address human rights violations under the treaty.
by Zulu Ali
Injury Victims Beware - Insurance Companies Are Watching You
Injury Victims Beware - Insurance Companies Are Watching You. The perils of social media in personal injury cases.
by Kevin Rauseo