“A LAWYER FOR THE UNDERDOG”
Since becoming an attorney in 2003, Ron Poliquin has made a name for himself fighting against powerful institutions on behalf of clients. Poliquin’s practice includes employment law, civil rights violations, personal injury, family law, and criminal defense. His cases have been featured in publications such as USA Today, The Toronto Star, The Heartland Institute’s Budget and Tax News, and Delaware Law Weekly.
Poliquin’s track record is extensive. As a first-year lawyer, Poliquin successfully litigating a groundbreaking Taxpayer Rights case declaring that over $220 million dollars in taxpayers funds were stockpiled illegally by government officials in Korn v. New Castle County. In addition, Poliquin represented the Cape Henlopen Taxpayers for Fair Elections in a case exposing how contractors subverted the state’s procurement process in the building of a new high school. The case resulted in the establishment of a $50, scholarship fund promoting open and honest government for local high school graduates. Poliquin also successfully represented an internationally renowned Canadian equestrian rider in a highly publicized Title IX case against Delaware State University. More recently, Poliquin obtained a six figure unanimous jury verdict against the State’s Harness Racing Commission on behalf of a racing judge who was wrongly terminated.
Often times, I get the question, “Will you sue…?" Please visit my website's "About Me" section, for a list of just some of the companies and state agencies I have filed lawsuits and claims against.
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This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority in 2012.
Suspension issued in DE, 2012
updated on 03/05/2013
Suspension means an attorney lost his or her license to practice law for a period of time. The attorney typically returns to practicing law when the suspension expires.