ASK LLP is a nationally-recognized law firm for bankruptcy, mass torts, and personal injury cases. Our network of attorneys and solid co-counsel relationships means we can connect you with the right representation for your case. This is the website for ASK LLP's Mass Tort and Personal Injury practice. For our Bankruptcy and Commercial Litigation practice, please visit askllp.com.
Joe is responsible for the overall management of the firm as well as the principal for ASK LLP’s St. Paul office. He also heads up the bankruptcy practice group, is involved in the most significant client assignments, and oversees the transactional activities of the firm.
Edward oversees ASK LLP’s bankruptcy, Mass Tort and Personal Injury divisions.
Kara is a Partner at ASK LLP. Kara represents trustees, committees, and debtors in possession in preference analysis and litigation of avoidance actions.
Joseph has extensive experience as a trial attorney. He leads ASK’s single-event Personal Injury practice, focusing on maximizing his client’s recoveries in actions arising out of motor vehicle collisions.
Troy is the Managing Partner of ASK LLP’S Complex Litigation Mass Torts department, overseeing a team of attorneys representing clients in defective drug and medical device cases, toxic/environmental torts, and sexual abuse cases.
Anastasia Kazmina is an Associate at ASK LLP. Anastasia represents trustees and debtors in possession in preference analysis and litigation of avoidance actions.
Richard is a Partner at ASK LLP. Jay represents trustees, debtors-in-possession, and creditors in preference analysis and litigation of avoidance actions in bankruptcy, including appellate proceedings.
Gary is a Partner at ASK LLP. Gary has been representing trustees, creditors’ committees and debtors in possession in preference analysis and litigation of avoidance actions for over fifteen years.
Bethany J. Rubis is an Associate at ASK LLP. Bethany represents trustees and debtors in possession in preference analysis and litigation of avoidance actions.
Victoria M. Manfredonia is an Associate at ASK LLP. Victoria represents trustees and debtors in possession in preference analysis and litigation of avoidance actions.
Jennifer A. Christian is a Partner at ASK LLP. Jennifer’s practice focuses on representing indenture trustees, secured and unsecured creditors (including trade creditors), asset purchasers, liquidating trustees, and other major constituencies in Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases and other proceedings.
Marianna Udem is a Partner at ASK LLP. Marianna’s practice focuses on representing chapter 11 debtors, official committees of unsecured creditors, estate fiduciaries and individual constituents in bankruptcy proceedings, related litigation and out of court restructurings.
A Partner at ASK LLP, Nick represents trustees and creditors in avoidance actions and other bankruptcy and insolvency matters.
Brigette McGrath is a Partner at ASK LLP. Brigette’s practice includes representing estate fiduciaries and creditors in a wide array of bankruptcy litigation and insolvency matters, including prosecuting and defending avoidance actions and resolving creditors’ claims in chapter 7 and chapter 11 proceedings.
Barb is an associate at ASK LLP. Barb represents clients in mass tort actions, including pharmaceutical and sexual abuse cases. Barb has almost twenty years of legal experience as a paralegal/senior paralegal prior to joining ASK LLP as an attorney.
David Stern is an associate at ASK LLP. David represents clients in mass tort litigation. David passionately advocates for justice for individuals who have been wronged by powerful organizations. Prior to joining ASK LLP, David was an associate at a law firm specializing in Federal Employers’ Liability Act and Federal Railway Labor Act litigation.
Tessa is an associate at ASK LLP, devoting her practice to representing individuals across the country who have been injured by defective products and medical devices, as well as survivors of sexual assault and trafficking. Tessa is a persistent advocate committed to giving a voice to those who have been wrongfully injured by another's negligence.