Recent Articles from Ben Rueter
The Fight Over Business-Interruption Coverage: Understanding why Covid-19 related closures may or may not be covered
It is important to remember that, like any coverage question, the answer depends on the specific policy terms and the facts of the loss at issue.
As Art Boylan joined the executive committee at Anthony Ostlund Baer & Louwagie, he was reminded of a catch-all expression phrase one of his early mentors used to describe the job of lawyering: This is a hell of a way to make a living.
To prevent the spread of Covid-19, state and local governments are restricting business operations that depend on large gatherings of people.
The District of Minnesota recently found a medical device manufacturer did not indirectly infringe a competitor’s patents even though customers allegedly used the defendant’s accused product in an infringing manner, but did so in a way that differed from the product’s instructions for use.
Since the elimination of general federal common law in 1938, federal courts have sought to avoid the specter of “two conflicting systems of law controlling the primary activity of citizens.”
While we have known for decades that our population is aging, the facts above may still be surprising and concerning to some.
Decades ago, Irving Younger gave us the Ten Commandments of Cross-Examination.
It is a tough environment currently for companies trying to enforce business method patents.
The Eighth Circuit Further Strengthens the Mandatory Expert Affidavit Requirements In Litigation Against Attorneys
Minnesota law recognizes various legal theories of recovery related to attorney misconduct, including intentional fraud and misrepresentation, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and professional negligence, also known as “malpractice.”
Most commercial leases provide for a broad range of remedies that the landlord can exercise if the tenant defaults.
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- Court: Performance issues, not bias, prompted union to fire organizer
- Robot milker case yields $122M
- 2023 Up & Coming Attorneys
- Briefly: A chat with Supreme Court Commissioner Tim Droske
- Perspectives: Oral arguments at high court stir lively debates
- Quandaries & Quagmires: Advance waivers: Lessons from Paul Hastings vs. Coca Cola
- Perspectives: Recent cellphone ruling recalls high court cases