Mr. Blanchfield is a founding partner in the law firm of Reinhardt Wendorf & Blanchfield. Prior to forming Reinhardt Wendorf & Blanchfield, he was a partner in the St. Paul, Minnesota law firm of Reinhardt & Anderson. He has litigated class actions for more than 15 years with a focus on antitrust, securities and consumer cases. He has been recognized by his peers and a SuperLawyer since 2014. Mr. Blanchfield is a 1990 graduate of Hamline University School of Law, where he was the Production Editor for the Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy. Mr. Blanchfield interned with the Minnesota Court of Appeals Judge Doris Huspeni and also interned in the Canadian Department of Justice. Mr. Blanchfield was admitted to the Minnesota Bar in 1990. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Blanchfield clerked for Minnesota District Court Judge Robert G. Schiefelbein. Mr. Blanchfield has taught legal writing at a local law school and lectured at CLEs on class action issues. In 2007, he obtained a unanimous reversal of a Minnesota Court of Appeals decision that limited the standing of indirect purchasers under Minnesota’s Antitrust Act, Lorix v. Crompton Corp., et al, 734 N.W.2d 619 (Minn. 2007). In Robertson v. Sea Pines Real Estate Co., 679 F.3d. 278 (4th Cir., 2012), Mr. Blanchfield successfully argued to the 4th Circuit in support of a District Court decision denying Defendant’s motions to dismiss a pair of cases alleging violations of the Sherman Act.