Attorney Rochester MN
For decades, the success of Dunlap & Seeger, P.A. has been intertwined with the community of Rochester MN and southern Minnesota. Our law firm reflects the integrity, diversity, and professionalism of a city that has spent years in the international spotlight as home to Mayo Clinic and IBM. Like the city itself, we are committed to excellence.
We offer some of the area’s leading attorneys, including a former Chief Justice of the Minnesota State Supreme Court. Our attorneys are respected and honored by their peers. They have extensive experience with state, federal and appellate courts. In addition, they regularly work with county boards and local councils. As a result, our firm has the sophistication and depth of knowledge to offer comprehensive legal advice on issues affecting virtually every aspect of our neighbors’ lives. From complex business issues, such as mergers and acquistions, to family issues, such as divorce and child custody. From estate planning to real estate transactions. From community and government administration to trials and appeals.
Currently, Dunlap & Seeger has 24 attorneys practicing with expertise in Business law, Bankruptcy, Estate Planning, Community & Government, Real Estate, Individual & Family law and Litigation (Trials & Appeals.)
Mike’s practice focuses primarily on business law; acquiring, selling and forming businesses, and creditor’s rights. He also represents individuals in connection with shareholder disputes and structuring the relationships between business owners. And he frequently represents non-profit corporations.
Mr. Dietz serves as legal advisor and counselor to clients engaged in a wide variety of activities from manufacturing to genetic licensing and from cooperatives and banks to minor league baseball. He has substantial experience in the formation and restructuring of corporations, limited liability companies, and other business entities. In addition, Mike assists clients with cooperative projects between businesses, including joint ventures and strategic alliances.
Mike has a degree in accounting which serves his business clients well in their planning and transactions. He was editor of the North Dakota Law Review and a judicial law clerk for the United States Bankruptcy Court. He was appointed as a bankruptcy trustee by the United States Department of Justice in 1991 and remains a trustee at the present time.
In addition, he is a board member of the Olmsted Medical Center and has been involved in the Greater Rochester Area University Center.