Brian W. Hayes

Brian W. Hayes

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Intellectual Property Litigation Attorney in Minneapolis, MN

Carlson Caspers
 | 225 South Sixth Street, Suite 4200
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Selected To Super Lawyers: 2019
Selected To Rising Stars: 2008, 2010 - 2014
Licensed Since: 1999
Education: Harvard Law School
Practice Areas:
  • Intellectual Property Litigation (50%),
  • Intellectual Property (50%)
Attorney Profile

Brian W. Hayes is a top-rated attorney practicing in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area. Providing legal representation in Minnesota for a variety of different issues, Brian Hayes was selected to Super Lawyers for 2019. He is admitted to practice before the courts in Minnesota.

After completing undergraduate studies, Brian W. Hayes attended law school. Brian Hayes was enrolled at Harvard Law School. He earned a juris doctor degree in 1999. Brian Hayes would be admitted to the practice of law in 1999.

Attorneys like Brian W. Hayes are recognized by their peers for their outstanding work and commitment to the spirit of the legal profession. Their knowledge of the law, professional work ethic, and advocacy on behalf of their clients allow them to stand out among other attorneys in the field.

Brian Hayes represents clients with Intellectual Property Litigation issues. Additional legal issues represented include Intellectual Property.

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Office Location for Brian W. Hayes

225 South Sixth Street
Suite 4200
Minneapolis, MN 55402

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Last Updated: 1/17/2019

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