He focuses his practice on commercial litigation, representing clients in federal and state courts in more than 25 jurisdictions over the past 26 years. These matters include clients in the manufacturing, financial services, restaurant, agricultural, and insurance sectors. Mark has handled trials ranging from one hour to five weeks (twice).
While working at Monroe Moxness Berg, Mark will continue his solo practice with Carpenter Law Firm.
Engkjer’s practice is primarily devoted to corporate planning, transactions and complex commercial litigation with a special focus in transportation and supply chain law. He represents a diverse array of clients ranging from small, closely held companies to multinational organizations on a nationwide basis, but primarily in the upper Midwest.
Engkjer is active with the Minnesota Trucking Association, North Dakota Motor Carrier Association, Transportation Lawyer’s Association and is a member of the Conference of Freight Counsel. He is a current board member and general counsel for Farm Rescue and Farm Rescue Foundation. He is a former board member and general counsel for the Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota and continues to actively support the organization. He regularly provides volunteer pro bono legal services through a variety of organizations and is a former ethics investigator for Hennepin County’s Fourth District Ethics Committee. Jason has also been listed as a Rising Star by Minnesota Super Lawyers.
He earned a J.D., from William Mitchell College of Law and a B.S. from the University of Kansas. He is admitted to practice in Minnesota and North Dakota state courts, as well as Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota federal courts.
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