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Mark Robert Whitmore

Mark Robert Whitmore

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Practice areas:

Appeals, Litigation, Employment & Labor, Personal Injury, Health Care

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1992

  1. Health Care: 20%
  2. Personal Injury: 20%
  3. Employment & Labor: 20%
  4. Litigation: 20%
  5. Appeals: 20%

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Contact Info

Bassford Remele

33 S Sixth St #3800
Minneapolis, MN, 55402-3707

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
MNAuthorized to practice199206/29/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Super LawyerMinnesota Law & Politics Magazine2007
Top LawyerMinneapolis St. Paul Magazine2007
Super LawyerMinnesota Law & Politics Magazine2006
Top LawyerMinneapolis St. Paul Magazine2006
Top LawyerMinneapolis St. Paul Magazine2005
Super LawyerMinnesota Law & Politics Magazine2005
Super LawyerMinnesota Law & Politics Magazine2004
Top LawyerMinneapolis St. Paul Magazine2004
Super LawyerMinnesota Law & Politics Magazine2003
Top LawyerMinneapolis St. Paul Magazine2003
Rising StarMinnesota Law & Politics Magazine2002
Rising StarMinnesota Law & Politics Magazine2001
Rising StarMinnesota Law & Politics Magazine2000
Rising StarMinnesota Law & Politics Magazine1999

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
American Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Minnesota State Bar Association, Health Law SectionMemberN/A
Hennepin County Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Minnesota Defense Lawyers AssociationMemberN/A
Iowa State Bar AssociationMemberN/A

Publications
Publication NameTitleDate
Minnesota MedicineHelp! Ive Been Sued -- A Guide to Surviving a Physicians Nightmare2005
Minnesota Society of Healthcare Risk Managers Quarterly ReportNavigating Minnesotas Vulnerable Adult Act: Understanding Reportable Neglect and Why it Matters2002
The Health LawyerDecisions of the Supreme Court and DHHS Continue to Expand Hospital Liability Under EMTALA1999
National Health Lawyers AssociationLegal Issues in Responding to Purchase Requests for Proposals for Healthcare Services1994
Minnesota DefensePartial Settlements: Insurance Coverage1993
Iowa Law ReviewDenying Scholarship Athletes Workers' Compensation: Do Courts Punt Away A Statutory Right?1991

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Iowa College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1992
Macalester CollegeEconomics, Business & Speech CommunicationN/A1989

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
Minnesota State Bar Association, Health Law SectionNegligent Credentialing as a Civil Cause of Action: Surviving Larson v. Wasemiller2007
Minnesota Medical Association Board of TrusteesNegligent Credentialing and Civil Liability for Failing to Report Suspected Child Abuse: Recent Developments in Minnesota Courts2006
Legal Marketing Association-Minnesota ChapterMarketing Partner Panel: Marketing Strategies2006
HealthEast DREAM Day Nurses TrainingPoor Nursing Documentation: How to Turn Good Nursing Care Bad Without Even Trying2006
The Minnesota Osteopathic Medical Society 106th Spring Convention and Scientific SeminarTreatment Rights and the Minnesota Commitment Act: Legal Issues Impacting Physicians, Hospitals and Mental Health Care Professionals2005
Minnesota State Bar Association, Health Law SectionNegligent Credentialing as a Potential Cause of Action in Minnesota: The Legal Implications of Larson v. Wasemiller2005
Minnesota Society of Healthcare Risk ManagersNegligent Credentialing as a Potential Cause of Action in Minnesota: The Legal Implications of Larson v. Wasemiller2005
Medical Malpractice ConferenceThe Minnesota Adverse Health Event Reporting Act--An Experiment in Health Care Cooperation and Patient Safety2005

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