About Rocky Mountain Law
Rocky Mountain Law Partners, P.C. was formed with the objective of providing quality legal services in a cost-effective manner to businesses and individuals in Montana and North Dakota. Our attorneys come from diverse backgrounds and collectively possess nearly a century of combined legal experience.
With attorneys licensed in all state and federal courts in Montana and North Dakota, and with practice areas including commercial law, real estate and land use, trusts and estates, construction law, and general civil and complex commercial litigation, our firm is uniquely positioned to provide a comprehensive range of legal services to businesses and individuals throughout the Mountain West and plains of North Dakota.
Each of our lawyers achieved academic excellence and they all continue to expand their knowledge of their respective practice areas.
Our vision at Rocky Mountain Law Partners, P.C. was to create a firm that would provide quality regional client representation at a reasonable cost in all business, commercial and private property rights matters throughout Montana and North Dakota. We strive to establish reliable and lasting relationships with all of our clients.
We are extremely grateful for our accomplished paralegals and outstanding office staff who are always ready to greet and assist our clients with a smile and with the respect that they deserve.
Bruce A. Fredrickson
Shareholder | Bruce@rmtlawp.com
Bruce Fredrickson’s background, experience and practice are unique and diverse. His legal experience spans over three decades and he has tried many cases, both jury and non-jury. Bruce is also a pharmacist and practiced in that profession for a number of years before entering the practice of law. His current practice focuses on all aspects of commercial, business, real estate and general civil litigation. He is also available for mediation and arbitration services. His experience and knowledge base is very broad. In addition to complex commercial contract and tort litigation. Bruce is also experienced in the areas of employment law, natural resources litigation, lender liability litigation, chemical and drug product liability litigation, pharmacy law issues and intellectual property litigation. He has served as lead trial counsel in all of those practice areas. He has also served as lead counsel and has been admitted pro hac vice in cases in Wyoming, Colorado, Texas and California. He is admitted to practice law before all courts in Montana and North Dakota; the United States District Courts for the Districts of Montana, North Dakota and Colorado; the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth and Ninth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.
- Former Member and Executive Secretary for the Commission on Practice of the Supreme Court of the State of Montana
- Pharmacist – inactive, but previously licensed in North Dakota and South Dakota
- Past Member: Board of Visitors–University of Montana
School of Pharmacy.
- Past Member and Chair: Governing Board of the Yellowstone
County Youth Services Center.
- Past Member and President: Board of Directors – Big Brothers
and Big Sisters of Yellowstone County.
- Past Judge Pro Tem: Yellowstone County, Montana Justice
- Speaker at various seminars – state and national, including
pharmacy law topics, trial practice, trial technology and intellectual property topics.
- Past Member: Board of Directors – Williston, ND Convention and
- Participant in various community charitable fund raising
- Bad golfer
Kristin L. Omvig
Shareholder | Kristin@rmtlawp.com
Kristin is a third generation Montanan. Born and raised in Eastern Montana on the family ranch, she developed a strong belief in individual property rights at an early age. Since 1992, she has actively practiced law concentrating on real estate, property rights, land use and commercial transactions and litigation. Her practice has evolved into representing primarily private property owners’ interests. Kristin practiced in Billings for twenty years and most recently in Kalispell. Her interests include riding competitive cutting horses.
Fun facts about Kristin:
- Eagle Mount Board of Directors, Past Board Member–Billings
- National Cutting Horse Association, Past Member
- Western States (Colorado) Cutting Horse Association, Past Member
- Idaho Cutting Horse Association, Past Member
- Nebraska Cutting Horse Association, Past Member
- Wyoming Cutting Horse Association, Past Member
- Utah Cutting Horse Association, Past Member
- Montana Cutting Horse Association, Past Member
- Zonta International, Past Member
- Beta Gamma Sigma, National Academic Honor Society (lifetime)
- Litigation Counsel of America, Past Member
Angela M. LeDuc
Attorney | Angie@rmtlawp.com
Angie is a Kalispell native whose diverse professional career spans nearly two decades. Her practice includes commercial transactional and litigation matters with an emphasis on real estate, land use planning, and general business. Over the years, she has litigated a multitude of high-profile cases, worked alongside government officials on large-scale land use projects, and helped her clients with a wide variety of business and real estate deals. She is also available for mediation services.
Angie received her B.A. from the University of Montana (with honors), and her J.D. from Arizona State University (cum laude). During law school, she also studied international comparative human rights law in Ireland.
Her legal career began in Las Vegas with a large Nevada firm, where she assisted primarily with construction defects litigation involving the Venetian Hotel & Casino. After a nearly a decade of practicing law back in Montana, she then spent several years in San Francisco where she practiced law, started a clothing line, and worked as a Realtor. In 2017, she returned to her Montana roots again to practice law full-time with Rocky Mountain Law Partners.
Angie is licensed in Montana, California and Nevada, and maintains an active practice in Montana and California.
Certified Paralegal | Ann@rmtlawp.com
Ann Thamert received her juris doctorate degree from George Washington University in 1983, graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1978, and graduated from The Institute of Paralegal Training in 1979. She has more than 20 years’ experience as a paralegal working for small and large firms, handling complex transactional and litigation matters. Ann is completely dedicated to her work and the quality of her work enables the firm to provide legal services in a timely and efficient manner. In her free time, Ann enjoys the Montana outdoors and can often be found hiking, backpacking, and cross-country skiing in various locations throughout the Flathead.
Legal Assistant | firstname.lastname@example.org
Nikki works part-time as a legal assistant in our Kalispell office. She spent most of her career working in the DC Metropolitan area for a satellite and rocket company as a Sr. Program Assistant. Later she found her place at a nationwide financial firm where the supervision of all of the financial representatives was her teams’ focus. She attended George Mason University majoring in Communications/Public Relations. She most recently worked and lived in CA for four years (for her husband’s job) before relocating to Montana. Upon arrival in Montana, since they were empty-nesters, she and her husband adopted a third daughter, Dana (shown here), who has quickly earned her way to the top of the “favorite child” list (if her other two read this, “just kidding”).>
In her spare time, she and her husband cater to Dana with long walks/hikes, kickball, and fetch; and when it’s warm enough, a daily swim in Flathead Lake.
Receptionist/Office Coordinator |email@example.com
Angie brings a diverse back ground in customer service and administration to our firm. With her friendly demeanor and attention to detail, Angie ensures that our clients feel welcome and have a positive experience.
Angie is a Kalispell native and Flathead High School graduate; she also attended Montana State University and Flathead Valley Community College. In her free time, Angle enjoys traveling, reading, listening to music and going to football and basketball games, whether high school, college or professional.
Angie and her husband have two kids in college, a daughter who attends University of Montana and a son who attends Montana State University. They are a true house divided when it comes to Cat/Griz events.
Paralegal/Office Administrator – Glasgow | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim was born and raised on the family ranch near Glasgow, Montana, graduated from Glasgow High School, and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture Economics from Montana State University – Bozeman in 1978. She has been employed in the agricultural field since graduation from MSU as Secretary for the Valley County Grazing Districts; Natural Resources Coordinator for the Montana Stockgrowers, Montana Public Lands Council and Montana Association of State Grazing Districts in Helena from 1986 – 1993; and was an agricultural field representative for U.S. Senator Conrad Burns. Most recently, in addition to co-owning and operating an irrigated agricultural operation west of Glasgow until May, 2015, she was employed at a Glasgow law firm from 2001 – 2016 as a legal assistant specializing in the areas of estate planning, probates, corporate matters and real estate. Kim’s extensive background enables her to address the administrative needs of our Glasgow office and provide valuable assistance to clients on a variety of legal matters. Kim’s bucket list is full and she looks forward to emptying it beginning with a trip to the wine country in Napa.