Foley & Mansfield
Foley & Mansfield

Jason T. Mohr

Partner - Minneapolis

jmohr@foleymansfield.com

612-216-0272

Bar Admissions: Minnesota; North Dakota; U.S. District Court, Minnesota; U.S. District Court, North Dakota; U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit

Practice Groups: Toxic Tort / Mass Tort; Product Liabity

Education: University of North Dakota, JD with distinction, 2004; University of North Dakota, B.S., Criminal Justice Studies, magna cum laude, 2001

Memberships: Order of the Barristers; Order of the Coif

BIOGRAPHY

Jason Mohr, a partner in Foley & Mansfield's Minneapolis office, focuses his practice in area of toxic tort and mass tort litigation, specifically asbestos defense. 

Jason serves as national coordinating counsel for clients involved in complex asbestos litigation, acting as a central information hub and ensuring consistency in the defense of the client across multiple jurisdictions.  Jason also works with local and regional clients in Minnesota, Wisconsin, the Dakotas and Montana, representing them directly or through appointment as defense counsel by their insurance carriers.

Prior to joining the firm, Jason worked as a Federal Law Clerk in United States District Court for Chief Judge Daniel L. Hovland. Jason also served as a member of the Moot Court Board.

IN THE NEWS

May 11, 2018
The New Guard in Asbestos Defense Litigation

Attorney at Law Magazine profiles the New Guard in asbestos defense at Foley & Mansfield.

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January 5, 2015
Foley & Mansfield Elects Six Attorneys to Partnership

Foley & Mansfield today announced that six attorneys have been elected to the firm partnership. All have been associates with the firm and, representing a broad range of practice areas, this group of talented attorneys will help the firm continue to diversify its business in the coming years.

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September 18, 2014
Client Alert: Minnesota Supreme Court Confirms Reallocation of Damages

A Minnesota Supreme Court ruling today prohibiting reallocation of uncollectable damages will affect the allocation of fault on defendants at trial in asbestos cases.

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