We set out to build a new kind of law firm. One that challenges how law firms operate, breaks away from rigid traditions and places the client at the heart of all we do. We think that we succeeded. At Ebeltoft . Sickler . Lawyers we measure our success by the satisfaction of our clients.
We commit to cooperative client representation. We have a wide range of lawyer expertise within our four walls and our mission is to harness the extensive experience and youthful energy at Ebeltoft . Sickler . Lawyers to more effectively represent our clients than you have come to expect from other mainline firms. We pledge to provide our clients with the highest level of service, and provide these services in a timely and efficient manner. Appointments are kept, calls are returned in a timely fashion and e-mail promptly answered. Each one of our lawyers and each one of our staff maintains an attitude of service and respect to our clients. We will be available to our clients when they need us, not when it is convenient for us.
Our lawyers are skilled in civil litigation and in means to avoid litigation. We provide advance planning and problem solving for businesses large and small, established and new. Ebeltoft . Sickler . Lawyers are counselors to individuals just beginning their careers and seeking to accomplish personal goals, to those who have already achieved a great deal, and to those making end of life decisions. We work in real estate, energy and environmental arenas, and partner with public entities and educational and health providers to meet their legal needs.
At Ebeltoft . Sickler . Lawyers, we believe we increase the satisfaction we experience in our work by building our skills each day. We have a substantial base upon which to build – one that is unrivaled in our area. We are the only firm in Southwest North Dakota to have an "AV" rating from peer-review group Martindale-Hubbell® for legal ability and integrity and to have one of its lawyers listed in The Best Lawyers in America®. Ebeltoft . Sickler . Lawyers is the only law firm in North Dakota accepted as a member of the prestigious USLAW Network. Our position demonstrates the high esteem our colleagues have for the way we practice law. Our clients feel the same way.
Sickler v. Kirkwood, 1997 ND 40, 560 N.W.2d 532; Industrial Commission of North Dakota v. Wolf, 1999 ND APP 2 588 N.W.2d 590; Questa Resources, Inc. v. Stott, 2003 ND 51, 658 N.W.2d 756; Dahl v. Messmer, 2006 ND 166, 719 N.W.2d 341
American Bank Center v. Schuh, 2010 ND 124, 784 N.W.2d 468; Motschman v. Bridgepoint Mineral Acquisition Fund, LLC, 2011 ND 46, 795 N.W.2d 327; Sorenson v. Bakken Invs. LLC, 2017 ND 127, 895 N.W.2d 302; Candee v. Candee, 2019 ND 94, 925 N.W.2d 423; Sauter v. Miller, 2018 ND 57, 907 N.W.2d 370; Candee v. Candee, 2017 ND 259, 903 N.W.2d 514
Corcker v. Morales-Santana, 2014 ND 182, 854 N.W.2d 663; Fitterer Sales Mont., Inc. v. Mullin, 2015 MT 272, 381 Mont. 107, 358 P.3d 885
Sauter v. Miller, 2018 ND 57, 907 N.W.2d 370 (argued); Botteicher v. Becker, 2018 ND 111, 910 N.W.2d 861 (argued); James Vault & Precast Co. v. B&B Hot Oil Serv., 2018 ND 63, 908 N.W.2d 108 (on brief)
Sorenson v. Bakken Invs. LLC, 2017 ND 127, 895 N.W.2d 302
Herold v. Burlington Northern, Inc., 761 F.2d 1241, (8th Cir.), Cert. denied, 474 U.S. 888, 106 S.Ct. 208, 88 L. Ed.2d 177 (1985); West Plains Elec. Co-op., Inc. v. Petroleum Tank Relese Compensation Fund, 489 N.W.2d. 337, N.D., 1992; Dickinson Public School Dist. v. Sanstead, 425 N.W.2d 906, N.D., 1988; Rebel v. Nodak Mut. Ins., Co., 585 N.W.2d 811, N.D., 1988; Voge v. Schnaldt, 635 N.W.2d 811, N.D., 1998
Am I A "Business Associate"? Why Should I Care? by Paul Ebeltoft and Haylee Cripe, USLAW, Spring/Summer 2011
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