Member Firm Profile

Peters & Kappenman, P.A.

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Peters & Kappenman, P.A.
7300 Metro Boulevard
Suite 500
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55439

Phone: (952) 921-4607
Fax: (952) 896-1704

Firm Size:

11 Lawyers

Primary Contact:

Gregory L. Peters

Attorneys Admitted to Practice In:

New York
North Dakota
South Dakota

Firm Description

Peters & Kappenman, P.A. dedicates its practice exclusively to advising and representing employers in labor and employment matters.

With a nationwide practice covering virtually every industry, our clients range in size from Fortune 500 companies, small and family-owned businesses to trade associations. Our lawyers have over 100 combined years of experience representing management in such key areas as:

  • labor relations
  • union and individual employee negotiations
  • employment litigation
  • agency investigations, audits and charges
  • workers' compensation
  • acquisition, deacquisition and succesorship planning
  • human resource counseling and training
  • employee benefits

Peters & Kappenman, P.A. provides employers with what they expect from law firms: honest advice, straight answers, accessibility, responsiveness, experience and aggressive representation.

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Firm Representatives

Martin Kappenman is a shareholder in the Minneapolis law firm of Peters, Revnew, Kappenman & Anderson, P.A. He represents employers in connection with the full range of employment and labor law issues. Martin has successfully litigated claims relating to non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, shareholder disputes, accommodation and leave requests, employment contracts, discrimination, harassment, reprisal and retaliation in state and federal courts and administrative agencies. He works with employers to avoid costly and time consuming litigation by providing counsel regarding OSHA compliance, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Minnesota Human Rights Act, drug testing, and other employment matters. Martin is licensed to practice in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

Practice Specialties

  • Employment Litigation Defense
  • Wage and hour/FLSA defense/Employment standards
  • Retaliation/Whistleblower claims
  • FMLA
  • Class, collective and representative actions (defense of)
  • Wrongful discharge/Wrongful dismissal
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Discrimination/Human rights

Gregory Peters is a shareholder in the Minneapolis law firm of Peters, Revnew, Kappenman & Anderson, P.A. Gregory Peters’ practice focuses on labor and employment litigation where he represents employers before various state and federal courts, the National Labor Relations Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Department of Labor and parallel state agencies. Mr. Peters also has extensive arbitration, collective bargaining, union organizing and strike management experience. He also provides advice or training to employers in all areas of labor and employment law and employee relations. He is licensed in Minnesota, Wisconsin, several federal district and appellate courts, and the United States Supreme Court.

Practice Specialties

  • Employment Litigation Defense
  • Discrimination/Human rights
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Wrongful discharge/Wrongful dismissal
  • Class, collective and representative actions (defense of)
  • EEOC/EEO investigations
  • FMLA
  • Retaliation/Whistleblower claims
  • Internal complaint investigations
  • Class actions
  • Wage and hour/FLSA defense/Employment standards
  • Responses to administrative agency charges
  • Employment Counseling and Advice
  • Supervisor and harassment/violence training
  • Handbook Review
  • Compliance/Compliance audits
  • Leave laws
  • Personnel policies
  • Wage and hour audits
  • WARN Act/Plant closings/RIF Planning
  • Labor Unions/Labor Relations
  • Union avoidance and elections
  • Collective bargaining
  • Supervisor training
  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • NLRB/Labor Relations Board Proceedings
  • Unfair labor practices
  • Construction labor relations
  • Strikes and lockouts (planning and related court and board litigation)
  • Employment Contracts and Litigation
  • Non-compete/non-solicit agreements
  • Confidentiality and trade secret agreements
  • Trade secrets and non-compete agreements
  • Executive employment agreements (including change of control)