The Supreme Court seemed likely Tuesday to preserve a federal law that prohibits people under domestic violence restraining orders from having guns.
The U.S. Supreme Court is considering a Texas case that could affect laws in 21 states that can force people to surrender their weapons while they are deemed a risk to themselves or others.
After a federal jury awarded Anuj Thapa a blockbuster $111M due to alleged negligence by medical professionals, the U.S. District Court for Minnesota offered the plaintiff a choice between dramatically remitting the award or a new trial.
Lack of clarity on cryptocurrency leaves financial services in a difficult position.
The law school is modifying some of its standards after backlash to its response to Hamas’ attack on Israel, its address of antisemitism, and its response to a professor who has expressed personal views about the conflict on X.
Big changes are on the horizon for bar exams in 2026, and Minnesota law schools are beginning to make plans for how they might adapt.
A federal jury in Kansas City awarded nearly $1.79 billion in a class-action lawsuit against the real estate industry.
A panel at the University of St. Thomas explored artificial intelligence's impact on intellectual property law.
Legal scholars at the Univerity of Minnesota discussed the cases seeking to bar Donald Trump from the next presidential ballot and speculated about the the likelihood that Trump will appear on the ballot.
The U.S. District Court’s decision was a mixed bag, offering victories for both the insurance company and the sexual abuse survivors.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that a man barred from having ammunition doesn't need to know whether bullets would fire in order to be convicted.
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