Brad Hutter is an Associate in FMJ’s Litigation and Bankruptcy & Insolvency practice groups. He represents businesses in disputes involving breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, trade secret, and shareholder claims. He has also represented banks and other creditors in commercial litigation arising out of loan defaults or other insolvencies.
Brad prioritizes open communication in his relationships with clients. When guiding a client through litigation, he takes the time to ask the right questions and patiently listens to understand his client’s perspective. Brad then translates his client’s concerns into clear and credible legal arguments.
Prior to joining FMJ, Brad served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office, where he litigated cases in state and federal court involving health care and constitutional issues. He also tried administrative enforcement actions on behalf of his state agency client.
Northwestern University (BA)
University of Minnesota Law School (JD)
Articles Submission Editor, Minnesota Law Review
U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid, Pro Bono Lawyer
Minnesota State Bar Association
TwinWest Chamber of Commerce
“Governor Walz Signs Executive Order 20-10 on Price Gouging in Response to Excessive Prices Amid COVID-19,” FMJ Newsroom (March 2020)
“In every case, I work hard to account for all of the relevant facts, because cases sometimes turn on the smallest details. At the same time, I keep the big picture front and center. I take pride in providing credible, focused advocacy that advances my client’s ultimate business goals.”
The Rest of the Story:
Brad lives in southwest Minneapolis with his wife and their three kids. On Sunday afternoons in the summer, they can be found taking in concerts at the Lake Harriet Bandshell. Brad also enjoys following NBA basketball, reading, and serving at his church.