Beth Chapman

Beth Chapman

Areas of Practice: Business Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Legal Malpractice, Medical Malpractice, Professional Liability

Office Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota

Direct: 612.336.1260 / Email: beth@lommen.com

Beth Chapman / Biography

Beth Chapman provides litigation support from the defense perspective as well as prosecuting plaintiff claims. In addition to assisting with complex commercial litigation matters, Beth has extensive experience in professional liability defense, with an emphasis in legal and accounting malpractice. Her work includes coordinating a multitude of discovery issues and assisting with the preparation of cases for summary judgment, trial, mediation or arbitration.

She is a LAW Certified User and skilled in Ipro, Summation and Trial Director, which enables her to proficiently handle large, complex databases throughout litigation and trial. She is able to search and sort large volumes of documents with her specialized training.

Beth also is president of the firm’s litigation support subsidiary, Electronic Litigator®, which supports both Lommen Abdo’s litigators and other law firms. Electronic Litigator®, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lommen Abdo, assists with the digital management of each phase of a litigation matter, from initial discovery through trial. Electronic Litigator® services are available both to Lommen Abdo clients and outside businesses. Electronic Litigator® utilizes its powerful technology assets to provide thorough yet efficient document analysis for both paper and electronic documents and maximizes their presentation in litigation. It is a cost-effective one-stop shop for litigation technology services.

Education

  • North Hennepin Community College

News + Articles

Minnesota’s Collateral Order Doctrine Turns 20

Minnesota’s Collateral Order Doctrine Turns 20

Twenty years ago, the Minnesota Supreme Court formally adopted the collateral order doctrine in Kastner v. Star Trails Ass’n, 646 N.W.2d 235 (Minn. 2002). In the years since then, the appellate courts have applied the doctrine several times, but it remains a...

The Rare Remedy of Writs

The Rare Remedy of Writs

The appellate rules specifically list the types of trial court decisions that can be appealed. Usually this requires a final judgment, which occurs at the very end of the litigation in the trial court. But on rare occasions, a trial court may make a decision that is...

How to Proceed When Dying Doesn’t Kill Your Case

How to Proceed When Dying Doesn’t Kill Your Case

One of the important but often overlooked Federal Rules of Civil Procedure is Rule 25, which allows for substitution when a party has died. This Rule was recently addressed by the Eighth Circuit in Benacquisto v. Am. Express Fin. Corp., 2022 WL 3133437 (8th Cir. Aug....

Lommen Abdo News – September 2022

Lommen Abdo News – September 2022

The next edition of our newsletter is ready for review and includes these articles: Ramifications for insurance providers in policy wording Deciding whether and when to appeal The continuation of Josh Feneis’s blog on standing up for a father and his daughter. New...

Lommen Abdo Packs at the Park

Lommen Abdo Packs at the Park

Lommen Abdo team members recently got out in the community and participated in the Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) Pack at the Park event. This is the first year Lommen Abdo employees have packed food but they look forward to making this an annual event! Feed My...