Areas of Practice
University of Denver
University of Minnesota Law School, J.D. 2015
Brandon D. Meshbesher
Assistant Tasha Meyer
Assistant Phone 612-746-0110
Brandon is an associate attorney with Lind, Jensen, Sullivan & Peterson, P.A. His primary areas of practice are business disputes, employment litigation, general liability, and insurance litigation. Prior to joining the firm, Brandon worked as an associate attorney at a small law firm in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he primarily practiced business and commercial litigation. Before entering private practice, Brandon was a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Michele A. Davis of Wright County District Court. Brandon obtained his law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2015 and received a B.A. from the University of Denver in 2012.
Pam Goble, Individually, and as Administrator of the Estate of Gary Goble v. Pioneer Enterprises d/b/a Eidsness Funeral Home, Court File No. 05CIV20-000091, Brookings County Circuit Court (unpublished)
Obtained summary judgment dismissing all claims against Defendant.
United Development Solutions, LLC v. iDeal Auto Imports, LLC, et al., Court File No. 73-CV-18-10742, Stearns County District Court (unpublished)
Obtained dismissal of third-party contribution and indemnity claim for alleged breach of statutory warranty concerning sale of used vehicle.
Johnson v. Kerrins, Court File No. 55-CV-19-862, Olmsted County District Court (unpublished)
Obtained summary judgment holding that homeowners insurance policy did not provide liability coverage for claims involving alleged sexual assault.
Published Works / Presentations
Click it or Zip it: It’s Time to Rethink the Seat-belt Gag Rule, BENCH & BAR MINN. (Jan. 4, 2021), available at https://www.mnbar.org/resources/publications/bench-bar/articles/2021/01/04/click-it-or-zip-it-it-s-time-to-rethink-the-seat-belt-gag-rule
The Business Interruption Pandemic: Claims for business interruption loss coverage in the wake of covid-19, BENCH & BAR MINN. (July, 2020), available at
Employer Liability for the Intentional Acts of Employees and Third Parties, MDLA Retail and Hospitality Committee, (April 28, 2020)