Phillip Michael Kitzer

Phillip Michael Kitzer

Wrongful Termination Lawyer
Minneapolis, MN




No Misconduct



About Me

I represent employees in wrongful termination claims against former employers for wrongful termination, sexual harassment, whistleblower retaliation, non-compete disputes, and discrimination.  I also advise and negotiate employment contracts and severance agreements for employees.

Practice Areas

Client Reviews

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Personable with High Integrity

Posted by: a Employment client 10 months ago.

I never could have imagined I would be in a situation where I would need to seek legal advice in an employment matter. After much contemplation, I...

Mr. Phillip Kitzer: A lawyer with a backbone and a heart!

Posted by: a client over 1 year ago.

When searching for a lawyer it is in your best interest to hire Mr. Phillip Kitzer! Phillip is completely educated in his field. He is tough with a...
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Brian Thomas Rochel
Brian Rochel

Minneapolis, MN

Almost 2 years ago

Relationship: Co-worker

I have had the pleasure and fortune of working with Phillip Kitzer since beginning practice as a lawyer. Phillip is a dedicated advocate, committed...
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2009 License Status: Authorized to practice for the state of Minnesota.
Last updated by Avvo: 12/06/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2014 – present

Crowder Teske Katz & Micko


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2009 JD - cum laude in Law

University of Minnesota Law School


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2014 Rising Star

Minnesota Super Lawyers


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2014- present Ex Officio

National Employment Lawyers Association (Minnesota Chapter)

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2013 The Jury's Still Out: Assessing the Constitutionality of the MHRA's Ban on Jury Trials

Hennepin Lawyer

Speaking Engagements

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2012 Civil Causes of Action Related tot he Minnesota Workers' Compensation Act: §176.82

at MAJ Workers' Compensation Seminar

2012 Winning Civil Damages for Retaliation in Workers' Compensation Claims

at Continuing Legal Education Program