Stewart C. Loper

Title: Attorney, Founder

Company: Law Offices of Stewart Loper

Location: Bloomington, MN

Stewart C. Loper was fascinated with the legal process and the law, and the idea that the law provided a way for people to resolve disputes, controversies or avoid them. He was doing class action lawsuits with a big firm but he was looking for something that would put him in touch with ordinary folks with real personal lives and problems that he could help them resolve on an individual level as opposed to big corporations. He was looking to transition out of big corporations out of big government issues and landed in his current area of practice. Mr. Loper has been practicing law for 40 years and established his own firm four years ago. His general law practice focuses on the representation of individuals and small business enterprises. Mr. Loper spends his days helping individuals and families prepare contracts, resolve contract problems, make estate and long-term care plans, form revocable and irrevocable trusts, and prepare powers of attorney and health care directives, as well as represents sole proprietorships, small corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies, their shareholders, owners and members. Additionally, he works with clients who want to purchase, sell and lease property, and provides general business counsel. An AV rated attorney for more than 20 years, Mr. Loper was listed as one of Minnesota’s Top Rated Lawyers in 2013. His success in the field is a direct result of his hard work and commitment. He works closely with his clients in order to provide them with the best course of legal services. Mr. Loper is admitted to the bar of the United States Supreme Court, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota, the Supreme Court of the State of Minnesota. He is the co-author with Dr. Richard C. Hoyt of a law review article entitled, “Calculating the Present Value of Future Damage Awards: a Critique of the New Minnesota Statute,” 11 Hamline L. Rev. 1 (1988).

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