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Tony joined the team at SiebenCarey after developing a professional reputation as a leader and a problem solver. Tony's statewide practice is based out of the SiebenCarey Duluth office and includes all areas of personal injury litigation.
Tony is a second generation trial lawyer who lives and works according to his family's unofficial creed: Integrity Rooted in Community. Whether it be representing a client, directing an intergovernmental project, or managing a political campaign, Tony's professional experiences reflect a history of helping people in challenging times.
News and Articles
Avoiding Car Accidents Through Proper Use of Headlights
We all know that April showers are supposed to bring May flowers, but this year it seems as if we just keep having more rain. So, how about a little information about highway safety and avoiding car accidents through proper use of our headlights.
Unions put focus on workplace safety
Labor unions observe Worker's Memorial Day as a way to remember workers who have been injured or killed on the job.
Tony Rubin Wins Verdict in Negligence and Assault Case
Man with Iron Range ties injured at Minneapolis Restaurant; Jury awards 200X more than settlement offer.
Assumption of Risk: Who is Responsible for What is Inherently Dangerous?
Three SiebenCarey lawyers write about Assumption of Risk: Responsibility vs. Immunity for Minnesota Trial, the Journal of the Minnesota Association for Justice.
People & Practices: Rubin Joins SiebenCarey
Anthony Rubin has joined SiebenCarey as a personal injury litigator with the firm.
SiebenCarey Names Anthony M. Rubin to Team of Personal Injury Attorneys
SiebenCarey today announced the addition of Duluth's Anthony (Tony) Rubin as a personal injury litigator with the firm. Rubin earned his Bachelor's degree from the University of Minnesota and his Juris Doctor degree from the Hamline University School of Law.
County Attorney's Son Sworn in as Attorney
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Like father, like son. Tony Rubin was sworn in to practice law in Minnesota at the St. Louis County Courthouse in Duluth.