Aaron D. Sperbeck

Mr. Sperbeck’s practice is primarily focused on private and multi-party commercial litigation but also includes insurance defense, municipal law, and criminal defense. As a former district attorney, Mr. Sperbeck has conducted numerous jury and bench trials throughout Alaska, as well as administrative board and appeal hearings in both state and federal jurisdictions.

With respect to the increasingly complex state and federal regulatory environment governing employee rights and business compliance, Mr. Sperbeck is well versed at interfacing with various regulatory compliance entities overseeing the administration and enforcement of state and federal law. He is experienced in identifying and developing policies, procedures, and best practices to ensure corporate compliance and litigation strategy.

Mr. Sperbeck advises employers regarding best employment practices and counsels employers concerning regulatory compliance over a broad array of legal areas, including but not limited to personnel policies, internal practices, hiring, discipline, and termination decisions.

Education

Gonzaga University College of Law (J.D., 2005)
Willamette University (B.S., 1999)

Admitted to Practice

U.S. District Court for the District of Alaska
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington
Alaska
Washington

Awards and Honors

Anchorage Police Department Chief’s Letter of Recognition
Distinguished Oral Argument – Saul Lefkowitz Intellectual Property National Finals

Other Professional Experience

Former law clerk to the Honorable Larry D. Card, Alaska Superior Court
Assistant District Attorney specializing in the prosecution of computer facilitated high technology crime

Representative Matters and Selected Clients

Anchorage Police Department Employee Association
The Odom Corporation
City of Wasilla
City of Soldotna
Alaska Cabaret Hotel Restaurant and Retailers Association
Association of Village Council Presidents
Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation
St. Mary’s Native Corporation
ACE Flyers, Inc.

Specialized Training

Department of Homeland Security – National Computer Forensics Institute 2009
Microsoft’s Law & Technology – SafetyNet 2008
National Institute for Trial Advocacy 2007