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    October 12, 2015

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    October 8, 2015

    Madia Law welcomes Cody Blades to our team as an Associate Attorney. Cody joins us after a judicial clerkship at the Minnesota Court of Appeals. In more...

Employment Law

The law bans employment discrimination, workplace retaliation, wrongful termination, unfair wage and hour practices, and more. If you've been treated unfairly at work, contact our employment law attorneys today.

Civil Rights

The Constitution prohibits government from discriminating and violating your fundamental rights. If you've been victim of police misconduct, warrantless search and seizure, and more, our civil rights lawyers can help.

Our Trial Lawyers

J. Ashwin Madia
ph: 612.349.2723 | fax: 612.235.3357

Joshua A. Newville
ph: 612.349.2743 | fax: 612.235.3357

Cody J. Blades
ph: 612.349.2720 | fax: 612.235.3357

Our Strategy

Most law firms fear juries and make every effort to avoid trial. Our strategy is different. We are experienced trial attorneys.

Our practice reflects our philosophy.

We prepare for trial from the start. We take fewer cases, do more legal research, and conduct more discovery. We take more depositions, collect more affidavits, request more admissions, and retain higher quality experts. We build the record to protect your case from summary judgment. Then, the defendant will usually do the right thing and settle for a fair amount. If not, you'll have a strategic and aggressive team that looks forward to presenting your case to a jury.
Madia Law takes pride in obtaining exceptional results on your behalf. We would be honored to represent you.

Our Clients

“I was discriminated against because of my disability. I could do my job just fine and I loved my job, but one day they had a meeting and told me I was being terminated because I couldn’t do the essential functions of my job. They didn’t offer any reasonable accommodations, either. I knew I could do my job but nobody would believe me. Except Madia Law.”

N.L., employment discrimination victim