Michael has over 20 years experience handling matters involving the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice, the Minnesota Board of Nursing, the Minnesota Board of Dentistry, the Minnesota Board of Psychology, the Health Professionals Services Program (HPSP), and other health and medical boards.
Michael founded Weber Law Office -- the predecessor of Weber & Nelson Law Office -- in 2000.
Michael's practice areas include health law, business and employment law, wills and probate, and trials and appeals.
Michael started his law practice in 1993, as an Assistant Attorney General in the Minnesota Attorney General's Health Licensing Division. He represented a variety of health professional boards, providing legal advice and handling disciplinary cases dealing with incompetent care, chemical dependency/mental health, sexual misconduct, and fraudulent billing.
Michael graduated from Stanford Law School in California, where he served on the law review's senior staff and was co-president of the moot court competition. He did his undergraduate work at Washington University in St. Louis.
Michael is licensed to practice law in both Minnesota and California.
Licensed since 1993
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It is my privilege to offer an endorsement for this highly accomplished attorney. As a former colleague at the Minnesota Attorney General's Office, I gained familiarity with Michael's strong skills and breadth of knowledge on health licensing matters. He gained the strong respect of his colleagues and happened to also be highly regarded as a person. Since his work as Assistant Attorney General, Michael has transitioned his expertise to a private law practice where he gives seasoned and dedicated representation to clients facing health licensing issues (among his other areas of practice). I endorse Michael with confidence and recommend his services to anyone finding themselves in need.
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|MN||Authorized to practice||1994||06/29/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|AV Preeminent Rated||Martindale-Hubbell||2015|
|Steven M. Block Civil Liberties Award||Stanford Law School||1993|
|Attorney at Law||Weber & Nelson Law Office, PLLC (formerly Weber Law Office)||2010 - Present|
|Conciliation Court Referee||State of Minnesota, 4th Judicial District, Hennepin County Conciliation Court||2002 - Present|
|Attorney at Law||Weber Law Office (now organized as Weber & Nelson Law Office, PLLC)||2000 - 2013|
|Assistant Attorney General||Minnesota Attorney General's Office||1993 - 2000|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|4th District Ethics Committee||Volunteer Investigator/Panel Member||2003 - 2009|
|Minnesota State Bar Association, Health Law Section||Governing Council||2001 - 2007|
|American Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Minnesota State Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Hennepin County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Star Tribune||Letter to the Editor (response to "When Nurses Fail")||2013|
|Stanford Law Review||Immersed in an Educational Crisis: Alternative Programs for African-American Males||1993|
|Stanford Univ Law School||Law||J.D.||1993|
|Education Hour||Estate Planning 101: Wills & More||2005|
|Bloomington Child Care||Day Care Licensing Laws||2005|
|Dental Students Lunch 'n' Learn||Legal Issues Facing New Dentists||2004|
|Professional Pitfalls: Legal and Ethical Issues Facing Minnesota Psychologists||Boundaries and Dual Relationships||2002|