Howard L. Bolter graduated from William Mitchell College of Law and was admitted to practice in Minnesota in 1988. Mr. Bolter was admitted to practice before the Federal Courts in 1990. He is a Labor and Employment Law Specialist certified by the Minnesota State Bar Association. Mr. Bolter focuses his practice on employment law, including all forms of discrimination and harassment in the work place, employee benefits such as short and long term disability claims, as well as many other employer-employee issues. Mr. Bolter represents mainly individuals against their employers. He is a member of the Labor and Employment Sections of the Hennepin County Bar Association, as well as the Minnesota State and American Bar Associations. He is a volunteer attorney for the Volunteer Lawyers Network in Minnesota. Mr. Bolter is past chair, vice-chair and program chair for the Hennepin County Bar Association Labor and Employment Section, and past co-chairperson of the Ramsey County Labor and Employment Section. He is currently a Board member on the Minnesota Board of Legal Certification and a Board member of the Labor and Employment Certification Board for the Minnesota State Bar Association. Mr. Bolter is also a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association (both national and state chapters) and is a past board member and secretary/treasurer for the Minnesota chapter. He is a frequent lecturer on employment issues and has obtained numerous significant verdicts and settlements on behalf of his clients. He was Selected as Rising Star by Law and Politics in 2001 and a Super Lawyer from 2002-2011. Mr. Bolter is admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States and argued a case before the U.S. Supreme Court, Raygor v. Regents of the University of Minnesota, 534 U.S. 533 (2002). Howard L. Bolter online at .