Jevon Bindman is an experienced trial lawyer who has taken numerous complex matters to jury verdict. He helps companies of all sizes to navigate each phase of the litigation process, and he has the skills and experience to advocate for his clients' rights at trial and on appeal.
Jevon focuses his work on construction, insurance coverage, and appellate litigation as well as general commercial matters. He has significant experience with contract disputes, policyholder insurance coverage claims, and construction defect and mechanic’s lien claims. He also regularly handles appeals in the Eighth Circuit and Minnesota appellate courts.
Jevon is a frequent presenter and contributor on issues ranging from construction and insurance coverage law to trial evidence. He is a member of the Minnesota Supreme Court Advisory Committees on the Rules of Evidence and the Rules of Civil Procedure, and he is active as a speaker on the rules governing federal and Minnesota state courts.
Jevon values pro bono service. He regularly volunteers at the Minnesota State Law Library Appeals Clinic, and he was a member of the Maslon team who successfully vacated Douglas Tyrone Armstrong's death sentence. Jevon also reversed a criminal conviction in the Court of Appeals on the basis that evidence was obtained in violation of the client's constitutional rights.
Jevon is also active in his community. He is a governing member of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and a founder and board member of Arts Roseville, which seeks to advance local arts and creativity.
Before joining Maslon, Jevon served as a law clerk to the Honorable G. Barry Anderson of the Minnesota Supreme Court. Prior to law school he was a middle and high school choir teacher. In his spare time he enjoys singing and performing home renovations.