Minneapolis Employee Rights Attorney

A Long History Of Successfully Serving Clients

In 1996, attorney John Klassen founded our firm and laid the groundwork for us to become one of the Twin Cities' leading resources for legal matters related to whistleblower law, employment law and individuals' rights. Under John's leadership, we have successfully represented thousands of clients in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area and throughout greater Minnesota.

Our law firm offers our clients personal attention and a hands-on approach to handling their cases. John thoroughly investigates all claims and strives to find an efficient yet fair resolution for you. If you are not offered full and equitable compensation for the harm you have suffered, he draws on his extensive courtroom experience to fight for your interests at trial.

"The purpose of my law firm is to advocate on behalf of and protect individuals who have been harmed by their employers, the police or others in a position of power."

Attorney John Klassen

Dedicated Attorney. Recognized Results.

John is a determined advocate for employees and individuals in Minnesota. His vast experience has made our firm a recognized leader in plaintiff's cases involving:

Several of our cases in these and other areas have made national and international news, such as the Minneapolis police department and Minneapolis Fire Chief cases. Our cases have resulted in substantial positive changes in Minnesota's workplaces.

View our Representative Cases page for more noteworthy results.

The exceptional results that John has obtained in these and other related cases have not only established our firm as an industry leader, but also led to many individual accolades from John's peers. This includes being named to Minnesota Super Lawyers every year since 2003.

Contact Our Firm

To protect your rights against employment discrimination or retaliatory firing, contact John A. Klassen, PA, in Minneapolis. We can be contacted by phone at 612-217-4988 or 877-390-4527or through our online intake form.