The garage door didn’t see Sol Brandys coming. That’s how his attorney, William Harper, explains it.
Bemidji lawyer Gary Hazelton believes that trial skills are people skills.
None of Paula Jossart’s cases went to trial in 2020. That’s been hard on her clients, most of whom are railroad employees.
Nursing homes have been one of the front lines in the COVID-19 war. Mark Kosieradzki and Joel Smith have made nursing home litigation their calling.
James Lindell and James LaVoie met in law school at the University of Minnesota in 1977, went their separate ways, and renewed their friendship and became law partners in 1997. They’ve been winning cases and earning accolades even since.
Back in the 1980s, DeParcq, Hunegs, Stone & Koenig founded a practice for clients who were injured while working on railroads. Cortney LeNeave started there as a law clerk.
Providing resources for plaintiffs injured by medical error is a calling for Teresa Farris McClain of Robins Kaplan. McClain, a former high-risk obstetrical nurse, is particularly passionate about pregnancy and birth injuries.
Years of education have taught lawyers to revere stare decisis — binding courts to follow legal precedents set by previous decisions. Practicing has told lawyers to learn from more experienced lawyers.
In 2018, four boys ran away from The Hills, a juvenile residential treatment facility in Duluth. They were troubled boys, but the list of offenses that could get you there included truancy, said attorney Josh Peck.
When the government is involved in a tort case, there may be various legal theories under which it and its employees are immune from liability.
Bells may be ringing in the cases to date against 3M over their combat arms earplugs, but the plaintiffs can’t hear them.
Brandon Thompson had a slower year in 2021 than he did in 2020, which only means that last year he took in less than $16 million.
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