Attorneys Patrick Larkin and Michael Burke obtained an order from the court dismissing with prejudice all claims made under the Family Medical Leave Act and the Minnesota’s Whistleblower Act. Olinger v. Renville Cty. Hosp. & Clinics, 2019 WL 5901379 (D. Minn. Nov. 12, 2019) (ECT/TNL).
Attorneys Brian Wood and Michael Burke obtained an order from the court dismissing with prejudice a more than quarter-million dollar contribution and indemnity claim pertaining to a damaged wind turbine. Juhl Energy, Inc. v. G. NcNeilus, LLC et al., Dodge Court File No. 20-CV-18-146 (Oct. 29, 2019).
Nicholas Rauch has an article titled 'Counteranchoring: An Important Thought Before Trial' that was published in the DRI The Voice see attached article.http://www.dri.org/docs/default-source/webdocs/the-voice/2019/voice_11_20_19.pdf?sfvrsn=2
Susan Stokes will be part of a panel today at the University of Minnesota Law School, speaking about careers in environmental and energy law. See Facebook link below: https://www.facebook.com/umneels/
Attorneys Brian Wood and Nicholas Rauch were granted summary judgment on products liability claims against a firearm manufacturer. The Court ruled that Plaintiff failed to evidence a defect to support claims for products liability and failed to disclose an expert who would opine to the alleged mechanical defect in the firearm. The Court also ruled that Plaintiff had failed to adequately support claims for abnormally dangerous activity, stemming from the manufacturing and distribution of the... Read more →