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Chuck Knapp focuses his practice on representing employers in employment-related litigation. He has been nationally recognized as a top employment litigator by Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA, and has been identified as among the top regional defense-side employment litigators by Minnesota Law & Politics, and Minnesota Lawyer. Clients have recognized Chuck as "unbelievably terrific on his feet," "extremely pragmatic," "thorough, knowledgeable and timely," and "one of those people who takes charge and proactively runs with it."
Chuck has served as lead trial counsel in employment cases venued throughout the country in state and federal courts. His litigation experience has included the following:
Chuck has litigated cases in federal and state district courts throughout the country, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. He also has successfully briefed and/or argued petitions for certiorari and appeals before the United States Supreme Court, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth, Eighth and Ninth Circuits and the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
Chuck's experience as lead litigation counsel includes the following:
Chuck's employment litigation experience also has given him the experience necessary to advise employers regarding a variety of workplace issues. His experience in this area has included: (1) development of non-competition, non-disclosure, non-solicitation and other employment agreements and strategies for clients in diverse industries; (2) implementation of company-wide wage/hour audit and development of strategies for issues identified therein for a Fortune 500 company; and (3) serving as interim in-house employment counsel for a national financial services company.
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