Mark A. Solheim

  • Undergrad School: Hamline University
  • Law School: Hamline University School of Law
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Firm: Larson King, LLP
30 East Seventh Street
Suite 2800
St. Paul MN 55101
United States

Mark Solheim is a partner at Larson King, LLP and serves on the firm’s three-person executive committee. He has significant trial experience representing corporations, insurance companies, and policyholders. His trial work focuses on product, professional and transportation liability claims. Mark is annually recognized by his peers as a "Super Lawyer" in the Minnesota Law & Politics publication since 2000 and has been voted one of the top 100 Super Lawyers every year since 2016. He is also included in the Best Lawyers in America. In 2012, he was nominated as one of the Attorneys of the Year by Minnesota Lawyer. He is a past chair of USLAW and past president of the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association.

USLAW Practice Group Affiliations

  • Complex Tort and Product Liability: Primary
  • Energy/Environmental: Alternate 2
  • Healthcare Law: Primary
  • Medical Law: Primary
  • Transportation and Logistics: Primary

Resources & Articles

Changing Your Paradigm: Improving Teammate Retention Rates and Reducing Turnover in Your Legal or Claims Department

Changing Your Paradigm: Improving Teammate Retention Rates and Reducing Turnover in Your Legal or Claims Department

Posted November 5, 2021

Featuring Mark A. Solheim, Larson King, LLP (St. Paul, MN); David S. Wilck, Rivkin Radler LLP (Uniondale, NY) About this program In this discussion, we will tap our collective pandemic experiences to explore and develop creative and meaningful personnel strategies, social events, incentives and professional development needed to attract and… Continue Reading

Moving Litigation Forward: Remote Inspections During COVID-19

Moving Litigation Forward: Remote Inspections During COVID-19

The presence of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has forced attorneys and experts to adapt and overcome mobility and social distancing restrictions put in place by local and federal governments. Born out of these constraints are the limitations placed on conducting site visits and laboratory inspections. In order to temporarily circumnavigate… Continue Reading

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