Why Madia Law?
You need and want a TRIAL LAWYER. Many lawyers claim to be trial lawyers but have never actually tried a case in front of a jury. That’s a critical skill in employment cases – you need a lawyer who knows the courtroom and is eager to get your case in front of a jury. We’ve tried hundreds of cases and dozens of jury trials – we know our way around a courtroom and love trying cases. If your employer is willing to do the right thing and settle for a fair amount that’s acceptable to you, then of course we’ll settle the case. But if not, rest easy knowing that you’ve got TRIAL LAWYERS in your corner. More … >
Ashwin Madia is a well-respected trial lawyer and is the founder of Madia Law. A fierce advocate in the courtroom, he is grateful for the opportunity to fight for justice on behalf of individuals going through hard times against some of the largest corporations in the country. Read more >
Joshua Newville focuses on employment law, business disputes, and civil rights matters. A nationally recognized attorney, he practices in state and federal court in multiple states and is a passionate advocate for victims of discrimination and unfair treatment. Read more >
Cody Blades started with Madia Law in 2015 after finishing a one year clerkship at the Minnesota Court of Appeals and previously clerking for a mid-size litigation firm. Cody looks forward to serving clients and helping them receive the best outcome possible. Read more >
Joshua Newville spoke to Fox 9 News regarding a federal civil rights lawsuit Madia Law is bringing against the State of South Dakota for its discriminatory ban on same-sex marriages.
KELO Radio interviewed Joshua Newville and South Dakota’s Attorney General regarding Madia Law’s federal lawsuit challenging South Dakota’s same-sex marriage ban.
The Washington Post, The Pioneer Press, The Advocate, The Rapid City Journal, The Star Tribune, The Washington Times, and others, report on Madia Law’s pending marriage equality lawsuit against the State of South Dakota and quote Joshua Newville regarding the federal class action civil rights litigation.
Andrew Sullivan of The Daily Dish quotes Joshua Newville regarding the results of the November 2012 election and marriage equality in Minnesota and beyond.
Minnesota Public Radio quotes Ashwin Madia regarding Minnesota’s proposed voter ID amendment.
Minnesota Lawyer reports on Madia Law’s $1.3 million jury verdict for a disabled physician deprived of shares.
Minnesota Public Radio quotes Joshua Newville regarding Minnesota’s proposed marriage amendment.
Pioneer Press reports on Ashwin Madia’s successful jury verdict for excessive force against the St. Paul Police Department.
Ashwin Madia spoke to Dylan Ratigan on MSNBC about illegal foreclosures by big banks on the homes of U.S. servicemembers and their families.
Ashwin Madia spoke to Dylan Ratigan on MSNBC regarding casualties in Afghanistan.
Ashwin Madia appeared on The Ed Schultz Show on June 22, 2011 to discuss American policy in Afghanistan.
Ashwin Madia appeared on The Dylan Ratigan Show on March 31, 2011 to discuss the importance of achieving energy independence.
Ashwin Madia appeared on MSNBC on February 2, 2011 to discuss JP Morgan Chase’s illegal foreclosures on the homes of US military servicemembers in violation of the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act.
Pioneer Press reports on Madia’s successful efforts to hold slumlords accountable to tenants for appalling living conditions.
On December 9, 2010, Ashwin Madia was quoted in the New York Times regarding the failure of Congress to repeal “Don’t, Don’t Tell”.
Madia Law represents police officer fired from St. Cloud police department because of sexual orientation. An ex-St. Cloud police officer has sued his former department for alleged discrimination.