Jeremy D. Robb


Jeremy’s ability to provide thoughtful guidance and practical analysis—while always having fun and maintaining a sense of humor—has won the admiration of many clients. He also never hesitates to step up when clients have no choice other than to litigate. His ability to write persuasively, think on his feet, and vigorously argue on behalf of clients always helps shepherd cases to a favorable resolution, whether it’s settlement or trial.

Jeremy values the close relationships he forms with clients and finds working with them particularly rewarding.

Outside of work, Jeremy treasures traveling and spending time outdoors. When required to stay home, he is usually at a golf course or cheering on our local sports teams.

  • Key Practice and Industry Experience
  • Representative Matters
  • Recognitions and Honors
  • Publications and Presentations
  • Community Involvement

Key Practice Experience

Key Industry Experience

  • Retail
  • Health Care
  • Transportation
  • Hospitality

Representative Matters

  • Abdel-Ghani v. Target Corporation: Defended Target against claims of discrimination and hostile work environment. Argued for and obtained summary judgment on all claims. (2016)
  • Prosecuted a noncompetition and trade secret case on behalf of Fortune 25 company. Helped client reach favorable settlement of claims.
  • Litigated various noncompete claims in Ohio on behalf of direct marketing company.
  • Defended major produce supplier against claims of sex discrimination. Helped client reach favorable settlement of claims.
  • Defended Fortune 15 company in FMLA discrimination case. Helped client reach favorable settlement of claims.
  • Regularly audits and reviews employee handbooks.
  • Provides ongoing employment advice to prosthetics company.
  • Provides ongoing advice to Fortune 50 company regarding federal contracting issues and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy.
  • Provides exemption analyses of job positions for various clients.
  • Provides ongoing advice to global hospitality company.

Recognitions and Honors

  • Selected to Minnesota Rising Stars (206, 2017)
  • Law Clerk for the Honorable Thomas J. Kalitowski, Minnesota Court of Appeals (2013)
  • Editor, William Mitchell Law Review

Publications and Presentations

  • Co-authored with Sandra L. Jezierski, “It’s All a Blur: The Fine Line Between Legal and Illegal Marijuana Use,” Recent Trends in the Legalization of Marijuana: Understanding Federal Laws, Interpreting Changing State Laws, and Navigating the Conflict Between Them (Aspatore Special Report) (2014).
  • “Get Ready for Minnesota’s Changing Employment Law Landscape: Minimum Wage and WESA,” Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Webinar (2014)
  • Quoted: Catherine Conlan, “6 Common Bad Habits That Could Get You Fired,” (Oct. 2014).
  • Co-authored with Heidi N. Christianson, “$9.50 is the New $7.25: Minnesota Boosts the Minimum Wage,” Minnesota Council of Nonprofits (2014).

Professional Associations

  • Federal Bar Association

Community Engagement

  • William Mitchell Mentor Program
  • Legal Access Point Clinic, Volunteer Lawyers Network