Rosha, Darrin M.
Address: Orono Station West 2160 West Wayzata Blvd. Suite 13, Long Lake, MN 55356
Lawyer Firm: The Rosha Legal Group, P.L.L.C.
|Areas of Practice||Business Law, Employment Law, Reputation Defense, Equine Law, Property Law, General Litigation|
Darrin has been in legal practice in a range of capacities for over 22 years. His practice includes business law, employment law, reputation defense, equine law, property law, and general litigation. He represents a variety of businesses as outside counsel.
Because of the expense and unpredictability of seeking litigation outcomes, Darrin works with clients to find alternatives to litigation, including mediation and settlement. When a resolution cannot be achieved, he has achieved substantial verdicts and settlements during litigation in business, personal injury/ medical malpractice, and reputation defense cases. He has defended matters resulting in a dismissal verdict for the defense.
Darrin has worked with a wide range of attorneys, from the solo practice attorneys to large firm counsel. Depending on the legal issue, Darrin and Rosha Legal Group, will work with the client to find the most beneficial and cost-effective representation, including joint representation or referral to a specialist.
Darrin understands the significant investment required to secure competent legal representation, and his goal is first to ensure every client receives value for that investment. If legal action is not the most cost-effective way to handle a matter, or if Rosha Legal Group is not the best positioned represent a client the firm will assist them in identifying alternatives that meet the client’s needs.
Darrin has been a member of the Minnesota State and American Bar Associations and admitted to practice before the Minnesota Supreme Court, the Federal District Court for the District of Minnesota and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.
Darrin received his B.S. in Applied Economics in Agriculture and his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Minnesota. He received his law degree in 1996 from the University of Minnesota Law School, where he was a member of the Law Review.