Robert M. Frisbee has been a practicing attorney for over 48 years, specializing primarily in civil litigation and appeals, first in Minnesota and then in Arizona since 1999. He also has extensive experience in other areas of law, including real estate, business governance and structure, administrative law, homeowner association issues, employment problems, and construction defect, to name a few of many. He has always strived to achieve the best possible results for his clients, whether through litigation, alternative dispute resolution, or getting the deal concluded on a “win-win” basis.
Bob was born in Cut Bank, Montana to his father, a lawyer, and mother, a teacher. He was his High School Valedictorian, an All-American football and track star, and all-state basketball and baseball. Bob attended the University of Minnesota on a football scholarship and was All-Big 10 Academic. He played on the winning 1960 College Football National Champion team and also played in the 1961 and 1962 Rose Bowls.
Bob graduated Cum Laude from the University of Minnesota Law School, and was a note writer for Professor Arthur Miller (Wright & Miller, Fed. Proc.). After graduation, Bob became a trial lawyer in the Minnesota office of Meagher & Geer, one of the leading litigation law firms in the country. Since then, Bob has worked at other distinguished law firms and the managing partner of his own firms.
Bob proudly served in the U.S. Army, 1967-1975, Maj. Retd., Cmdr. 523rd A.S.A. Company, Ft. Snelling, MN.