Jeffrey D. Bores


Jeffrey Bores is the managing partner and shareholder at Chestnut Cambronne, where he concentrates his practice on complex class action litigation representing plaintiffs in securities fraud, antitrust, consumer fraud, and data breach litigation. He also practices appellate advocacy, with a special emphasis on representing law enforcement officers’ organizations as amicus curiae before the Minnesota Supreme Court. He has participated in many cases in which Chestnut Cambronne has served as lead counsel in major class action lawsuits, including In re Target Corporation Customer Data Security Breach Litigation, In re Xcel Energy Securities Litigation, In re UnitedHealth Group, Inc. Shareholder Derivative Litigation, and Allianz Life. Jeffrey has also participated on plaintiffs’ executive committees in other class actions cases, including for In re National Hockey League Players’ Concussion Injury Litigation and other data breach cases, and as liaison counsel in securities fraud cases, including In re Tile Shop Holdings, Inc. Securities Litigation.

Jeffrey has been named a Minnesota Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers magazine for several years. Prior to joining the firm, he clerked for the Honorable Doris Ohlsen Huspeni, Judge of the Minnesota Court of Appeals. For over a decade, Jeffrey was an adjunct professor at William Mitchell College of Law, teaching Constitutional Law Powers, Legal Writing and Research, and Appellate Advocacy. He also co-authored The Minnesota Divorce Revolution (2d ed. 1995).

Outside of his law practice, Jeffrey is the owner of and a yoga instructor at taraNa, a yoga studio in Southwest Minneapolis, which he established in 1996. The studio has been named "Best Yoga Studio" by City Pages and Southwest Journal. He is also Chair of the Board of Directors of the Jungle Theater in Minneapolis, and has served on other nonprofit arts boards. Jeffrey enjoys study travel, including leading regular yoga retreats internationally, cooking, and trying to take in at least fifty theater productions a year.