Christensen Law Office PLLC

Accessable Lawyers. Unsurprased Service.

Phone: 612-824-4317
Fax: 612-823-4777
Email: aaron@clawoffice.com
800 Washington Avenue North
Suite 704
Minneapolis, MN 55401

Admissions

State of Minnesota
U.S District Court, District of Minnesota
U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit
U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit
 

Practice Areas

Litigation
Consumer Law
Intellectual Property
Real Estate
 

Memberships and Affiliations

Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers
American Intellectual Property Law Association
Federal Bar Association, Minnesota Chapter
Minnesota State Bar Association
Hennepin County Bar Association
Member and Volunteer Investigator, Fourth District Ethics Committee, Hennepin County Bar Association
 
 

ATTORNEYS

CARL E. CHRISTENSEN DANIEL M. EATON  I   AARON D. SAMPSEL CHRISTOPHER WILCOX 

Aaron D. Sampsel

Aaron joined Christensen Law Office PLLC in October 2016 as an associate attorney. He focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation for trademarks and copyrights. He also provides clients with assistance in solving legal issues related to business law, consumer law, and in matters involving real estate. Aaron previously worked for the firm as a law clerk, beginning that position in March 2015.

Aaron is a member and volunteer investigator of the Fourth District Ethics Committee, which is operated by the Hennepin County Bar Association.  The District Ethics Committee investigates and recommends attorney ethics matters to the Office of Lawyers' Professional Responsibility.

Aaron is a 2016 graduate of William Mitchell College of Law. There, he was a CALI award recipient and he earned Dean’s List honors. Aaron served as editor of the Mitchell Hamline Law Review Volume 42 and as a staff member to the preceding journal, William Mitchell Law Review Volume 41. During law school, Aaron also worked as a research assistant for Associate Dean Mary Pat Byrn. Before law school, he received his B.S., with honors, in criminal justice with an emphasis on investigations. Aaron brings to the firm more than four years of experience in consumer banking, small business banking, consumer banking regulations, and real estate.

In his free time, Aaron enjoys hunting, camping, four-wheeling, and spending time with his family and friends. He is also an avid Minnesota Twins, Vikings, Wild, and Timberwolves fan.

Cases and Orders

Langer v. JP Morgan Chase, et al., 27-CV-15-21901 (Minn. Dist. Ct. Oct. 3, 2017) denying Defendants’ motions for summary judgment, in part, and allowing Plaintiffs’ claims for declaratory judgment and quiet title to proceed to trial.

Nutraceutical Corp. v. Affordable Naturals, LLC., 2:14-cv-00907-JNP-PMW, 2017 WL 4564739 (D. Utah Sept. 9, 2017) granting summary judgment in favor of Defendant on Plaintiff’s claims for trademark infringement, false advertising, declaratory relief, and trademark cancellation.

JAGER OUTDOORSReg. No. 5,225,730 (Jun. 20, 2017) successfully overcame Section 2(e) descriptiveness refusal and USPTO request to disclaim the word “JAGER.”

Bajwa v. Chateau Edina Condo. Ass'n, 27-CV-17-2573 (Minn. Dist. Ct. May 2, 2017) denying Defendant condominium association's motion to dismiss claims for breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, tortious interference with contract, and malicious prosecution all related to assessment of association fees; also granting Plaintiff’s motion to amend the pleadings to include claims under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act against association counsel. Further, granting temporary injunction enjoining association from conducting a foreclosure sale. (Minn. Dist. Ct. May 8, 2017).

TCI Business Capital, Inc., v. Five Star American Die Casting, LLC, 890 N.W.2d 423 (Minn. Ct. App. 2017) affirming district court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of Defendant related to Plaintiff’s claims of civil theft and conversion.

Foreman & Airhart, Ltd. v. Haenke, et al., 27-CV-16-14183 (Minn. Dist. Ct. Dec. 19, 2016) obtaining dismissal of tortious interference and breach of fiduciary duty claims in the absence of independently tortious conduct and in the absence of a fiduciary duty. 

Bridgewater Bank v. Hessburg, et al., 27-CV-11-6954 (Minn. Dist. Ct. Nov. 3, 2016), at a bench trial, finding that Defendant agreed to indemnify Co-Defendant against any loss incurred by Defendant’s failure to convey title in real property free and clear of all liens, mortgages, and other encumbrances, and granting $350,000 judgment plus attorney fees.

 

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