Monthly Archives: July 2003

Dragonfly Networks Leads the Way

If it were not for our network architect, Mark Beihoffer and the company he works for, Dragonfly Networks, this web site would not exist. We wish to thank Mark for his creativity, purpose and resolve to making our network and … Continue reading

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My Friend, the Fallen Judge

My relationship with Judge Roland Amundson was distant in the years after high school, yet close because we shared a common bond and trust. Rollie and I were classmates at Roosevelt High School. We graduated together in 1967. We were … Continue reading

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Where is Justice and What is Public Service?

As this state, nation and world struggle for justice, we must continue to ask questions and hold accountable those who seek and hold power. Consider why anyone would want to be a judge. Gerry Spence, a famed trial lawyer from … Continue reading

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The Governor Knows Nothing

Do you remember Sgt. Schultz? What was his famous line? I believe it was “I know nothing”. The Governor and several of his close political friends “know nothing” about “slamming” performed by a telecommunications company owned by one of the … Continue reading

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Discovery Abuse

The Rules of Civil Procedure are designed to level the playing field for parties to a lawsuit. These rules allow an individual to obtain information from corporations and insurance companies, regardles of financial resources. Unfortunately, the large corporations and their … Continue reading

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Dinner at the Christensens

Bob at the Grill Porkchops, Bob-grilled porkchops. Wonderful, delicious, succulant porkchops. You want a good pork chop? Let Bob grill it.

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Nursing Home Quality of Care

Along with the aging population of this country has come an increasing responsiblity for the care of our older citizens. I am getting more and more calls from people that have concerns about the care their loved ones are receiving … Continue reading

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Minnesota Juries

National pressure to restrict our Constitutional right to a jury trial in civil cases is running rampant in state and federal law-making bodies. It is claimed that juries make bad decisions or are out of touch with the public’s view … Continue reading

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How do you feel about parents losing child care benefits?

My law partner, Bill Dunkley, is the owner of New Horizon Child Care along with his wife, friend and partner, Sue Dunkley. Bill and Sue have strived to provide a first-class, quality service to all families in Minnesota. The recent … Continue reading

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Privacy of Medical Information

How do you feel about the privacy of your personal medical records? In Minnesota, it is illegal to share private information about your medical records without your consent. Recently, we have become aware of insurance companies that have altered medical … Continue reading

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