Tag Archives: justice

Governor Jesse Ventura’s Jury Is In Deliberations

It would be difficult to not know about our former governor’s lawsuit against the estate of the deceased Navy SEAL for money damages he claims were sustained by publishing untrue allegations in a book.  He is claiming millions of dollars … Continue reading

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1.75 Million Dollar Verdict

One month ago we concluded a trial in Dakota County which resulted in a 1.75 million dollar verdict. We are pleased to report that there is no appeal and the case is settled without post trial motions. Our client was … Continue reading

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St. Stephen’s Human Services Is a Worthy Cause

St. Stephen’s Human Services located in Minneapolis, Minnesota is an incredible outreach for those less fortunate and underserved in our community.  It provides emergency assistance, housing, employment, and human rights advocacy focused on systems change to people experiencing homelessness and … Continue reading

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Message from the Dean of the Academy of Certified Trial Lawyers of Minnesota

          It is with great honor that I assume the duties of the Dean of the Academy of Certified Trial Lawyers of Minnesota.  The Academy is comprised of the leading trial lawyers in the State of Minnesota who have … Continue reading

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