Stephanie N. Maser

Associate

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Stephanie N. Maser

Associate

Stephanie is an experienced litigator who handles a broad array of insurance defense matters, including but not limited to personal injury, no-fault litigation and arbitration, premises liability, property liability, subrogation and construction defect work. She has represented clients through all phases of litigation and has first chair jury trial experience.

Prior to joining the firm, Stephanie worked in varying legal capacities including case management for a prominent data recovery and e-discovery consulting firm, large scale document review projects as well as some criminal defense work. When working as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Timothy McManus, Stephanie researched and drafted court orders, provided guidance and information to other members of the Courts and the public, and was involved in the planning and implementation of Dakota County’s first specialized Drug Court program.

Bar Admissions
  • Minnesota, 2006
Presentations
  • Speaker, Managing Privilege in the Context of Document Review, Kroll Ontrack, March 2012
  • Speaker, Insurance & Tort Law: Costs and Interest in Insurance Disputes, Hennepin County Bar Association, October 2014
Education
  • J.D., Hamline University School of Law, 2006
  • B.A., University of Minnesota, 2001
Associations & Memberships
  • Minnesota State Bar Association
  • Hennepin County Bar Association
  • Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association
Representative Cases
& Experience
  • Successful defense of property damage claim against  a distributing/delivery company in a three day jury trial resulting in defense verdict on issue of whether cost to repair versus cost to replace was owed.
  • Defense verdict of zero damages and dismissal of Plaintiff’s Complaint following bench trial regarding liability for property damage resulting from intersection accident.
  • Defense verdict in recent No-Fault Arbitration.
  • Defend utility company against water damage claim resulting in dismissal of litigation.
  • Defend tree removal company in contested hearing resulting in no award to Plaintiff and dismissal.
  • Successful defense of property management company and financial institution against property damage claims.