Although Joshua Tuchscherer didn’t try any cases in 2021 thanks to COVID-19, it was still an excellent year, he said.
The difference between appellate counsel and trial counsel may be the difference between winning and losing. That’s why a different attorney on the appeal is important, according to Minneapolis appellate attorney Sharon Van Dyck.
Two cases described as “islands in a sea of tort reform” were handed down in 2019. They were appealed by Minneapolis attorney Scott Wilson, who said he also had some “really nice wins” in 2021.
About a year ago, Genevieve Zimmerman was listed as a Power 30 lawyer and one of her cases was as plaintiffs’ co-lead counsel in a products liability case against 3M.
Minnesota Lawyer’s Power 30 is incomplete this year and will remain that way after the passing of Minneapolis attorney Fred Pritzker.
For POWER 30, our inaugural edition of THE POWER LIST, we’ve chosen to focus on personal injury lawyers.
To many in Minnesota and elsewhere, the Catholic Church will never be the same since Jeff Anderson first sued the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, where his client rejected a $1 million settlement that would have been confidential.
Minneapolis attorney Robert Bennett of Robins Kaplan has brought scores of personal injury, wrongful death and police misconduct cases but cites Abbey Taylor and Justine Rusczyk’s deaths as the most significant to him.
Nate Bjerke’s career trajectory sounds like the plot of a John Grisham novel.
The COVID pandemic has closed courts and put jury trials on hold for months, with an end not yet in sight. That has led lawyers and health care providers to start discussing innovative ways to resolve cases, said Kathleen Flynn Peterson, a medical malpractice lawyer with Ciresi Conlin.
It has been widely reported that dollar stores are frequently scenes of violence toward and between customers, employees and criminals who target the stores.
Texas attorney Kyle Farrar has no cases in the Lone Star State but several in the North Star State, where he is licensed.
- Homeless camp case will proceed
- Courtroom outbursts justified exclusion of mother from parental rights trial
- LGBTQ+ group sues over Iowa book, discussion bans
- Justices uphold business tax bill
- Court to weigh social media and First Amendment
- Federal court rules brokerage firm breached 1994 contract
- Court denies revocation of adoption
- UnitedHealth suit alleges faulty AI led to denied claims