Bassford Remele is a full-service litigation firm located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Founded in 1882, the firm represents local, national and international clients in all areas of civil litigation and dispute resolution.
Bassford Remele is committed to providing high quality legal services with integrity, professionalism and respect for our clients and the community. In an effort to serve our clients effectively, the firm comprises professional, ethical and talented lawyers, management, and paralegals.
Bassford Remele is a community of experienced and committed trial lawyers who embrace a professional approach to the practice of law, providing the highest level of legal expertise and advice. Our lawyers are graduates of prestigious colleges and universities (the College of the Holy Cross, Creighton University, Hamline University School of Law, Harvard University, the University of Minnesota Law School, William Mitchell College of Law, and many others). Some lawyers have served in the military. Many lawyers serve on the boards and committees of bar and legal associations. The combination of these highly respected lawyers creates a firm with broad litigation experience. The firm's quality assurance committee ensures that all legal professionals are properly licensed and in good standing with the courts.
Bassford Remele uses many performance measures to measure the quality and efficiency of our legal professionals. The firm is managed by a management committee that consists of three officers and three members at large. The management committee oversees all firm operations and meets to discuss performance and quality issues. Firm management also consists of a director of administration, marketing director, and accounting director.
Bassford Remele's paralegals perform a variety of duties to assist attorneys in delivering exceptional client service. Our paralegals follow the ethical requirements set forth by the Rules of Professional Conduct of Minnesota to assist with the preparation of cases for trial, including legal research, preparation of routine pleadings, contacting and interviewing parties, witnesses and experts, summarizing depositions, medical records and other documents, and utilizing computerized litigation techniques and software.