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Three years of litigation have ended with a settlement of nearly $122M in a class action over problems dairy farmers encountered while using a robotic milker.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has upheld the district court’s decision to allow admissions made to a mandated reporter to be entered as evidence against a man accused of engaging in sex with a minor.
The ruling sided with a Minnesota law center that said some students' education was cut short in violation of federal law.
The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled there was no ‘continuing violation’ of preservation advocate’s rights.
Incarcerated legal students and paralegals in the Prison-to-Law Pipeline program appear to have broken further new ground by working on expungement petitions and other civil matters for formerly incarcerated clients.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has affirmed an appellate court ruling upholding the conviction of a Waseca County woman who was found guilty of falsely reporting a crime.
The mere smell of marijuana is not enough to establish probable cause to conduct a warrantless search of a vehicle, the state Supreme Court ruled.
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Planned Parenthood announced that it will resume offering abortions in Wisconsin on Monday after a judge ruled that an 1849 law that seemingly banned the procedure actually didn’t apply to abortions.
An Associated Press review of previous campaigns and public statements by Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates reveals that both conservatives and liberals have weighed in on topics that could come before the court, sometimes in strikingly strong language.
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- Robot milker case yields $122M
- Appeals court takes up transgender health coverage case
- Court upholds sex-with-minor report submitted by man’s therapist
- Federal judge rules for students with disabilities in age-cutoff case
- Justices remand Duluth dispute
- Legal education for incarcerated students expands