Litigator Michael Reif provides insight, analysis, and advocacy for complex business and insurance industry disputes. Mr. Reif has served clients in a wide variety of industries including national liability and state health insurance, grocery and consumer electronics retailing, and multinational food and beverage distribution. His experience also includes a two-year Federal court judicial clerkship and multiple, individual pro bono client representations.
In addition, Mr. Reif has made a significant commitment to his community. Particularly interested in education, he serves as an instructor in the University of Minnesota Law School's Practice and Professionalism course, a volunteer at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, and is currently a member of the firm's Mentoring Committee. In 2011, he received the Francis Xavier Award for his tutoring work at Cristo Rey.
Mr. Reif was a Teaching Specialist at the University of Minnesota Law School from 2009 to 2012; a Law Clerk to the Honorable David S. Doty, U.S. District Court, Minnesota from 2006-2008; Research Assistant to Professor Kevin K. Washburn, University of Minnesota Law School from 2005-2006; and he volunteered for the Jesuit Volunteer Corps from 2002-2003.