Jocelyn Knoll is Chair of the Construction and Design practice group, a member of the Energy and Insurance practice groups, and a member of the firm's Policy Committee. She has extensive experience in construction and energy law, representing a broad range of clients across the construction, energy, "mission critical," and manufacturing industries. She is a skilled litigator and well versed in alternative dispute resolution including mediation and arbitration.
Jocelyn has tried numerous cases to successful conclusion for her clients and her experience includes many high stakes and high profile matters. She led the defense team for a major engineering firm in the I-35 bridge collapse case that resulted in a settlement payment representing a fraction of the plaintiffs’ pre-suit demand. She is currently representing the constructor in arbitration against the owner regarding a $2 billion, 700-megawatt supercritical coal fired electric generation plant.
Jocelyn is a highly respected and sought-after speaker for CLE and other educational programs. She is a 2014 Distinguished Legal Writing Award winner (The Burton Awards) and the co-author of the Minnesota chapter of a multi-volume construction law treatise titled: A State-by-State Analysis of Current Legal Issues Affecting Architects, Engineers, Contractors, and Owners (From a Contracting and Claims Perspective).