Britta Loftus focuses her practice on commercial litigation, including matters involving patent and trade secret litigation, contractual disputes, antitrust litigation, ERISA litigation, and business torts. Her clients come from a variety of industries, including data and computer technology, medical technologies and devices, manufacturing, construction, financial services, energy, and others.
Britta has represented corporations, small businesses, and individuals in arbitrations and in both state and federal courts. She enjoys learning about her clients’ technologies, products and services, understanding her clients’ legal needs and business objectives, and assisting her clients in navigating complex litigation, including multifaceted discovery issues. She takes pride in advocating on behalf of her clients through written and oral advocacy.
In addition to her role as a litigator, Britta has experience in immigration law through pro bono representation of asylum applicants. She has also served as an adjunct professor, teaching a course on client representation at William Mitchell College of Law.
Outside of work, Britta and her husband enjoy spending time with their twin toddler daughters, and their miniature golden doodle dog.
U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota, 2007