Brian Niemczyk practices primarily with the firm's litigation group and focuses on employment law, commercial litigation, landlord-tenant litigation and real estate litigation.
Drawing on experience in all aspects of litigation, including substantial courtroom and appellate work, he represents a wide range of businesses and individuals involved in diverse real estate and commercial disputes. They include disagreements over real estate and asset purchase agreements, leases, mortgages, mechanic's liens, and condominium disclosure statements among other issues.
In addition, Brian represents numerous individuals and small businesses in connection with employment disputes, including illegal retaliation and discrimination claims and disagreements concerning employment contracts and non-compete agreements.
“Every case is unique, and I strive to find the key issues that can make each one great,” says Brian. “I also work to provide pragmatic solutions to my clients, whether they involve litigation, negotiation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution.”
Brian is a 2006 summa cum laude graduate of Hamline University School of Law. He earned his B.A. from Hamline University College of Liberal Arts, summa cum laude, with Distinction in History and Political Science.
- Licensed to practice in the State of Minnesota and the U.S. District Court District of Minnesota.
- Named to the Minnesota Rising Stars list 2012 - 2014. Only 2.5% of young attorneys in the state are chosen each year.
- Speaks regularly before the Minnesota Multi Housing Association, an industry group of landlords, and serves on that organization’s professional education board.
- Received the Minnesota State Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Outstanding Achievement Award in 2006.
- Received the Constance Bakken Fellowship Award, 2005-2006.
- Served as Symposium Editor of the Hamline Law Review and published an article entitled "Baker v. Nelson Revisited: Is Same-Sex Marriage Coming to Minnesota?" 28 Hamline L. Rev. 425 (2005).
- Volunteered at the Minnesota Justice Foundation, serving as a volunteer in the Public Defender’s Office for the First Judicial District.