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Timothy Jung Nomination

March 29, 2017

Timothy Jung has been nominated to serve as Chair of the Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability Law Committee of the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section of the American Bar Association, and to serve in that capacity for 2017-2018.  

Brotten Named 2016 Top Women Attorney in Minnesota – Rising Star

March 27, 2017

Lind Jensen is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Sorenson Brotten has again been named by Super Lawyers as a “Top Women Attorney in Minnesota – Rising Star.”  The selections were made from the women attorneys selected as 2016 Minnesota Super Lawyers and Rising Stars and are featured in the April 2017 issues of Twin Cities Business and Mpls. St. Paul Magainze.   Brotten has been selected as a Minnesota Rising Star every year since 2011 and was honored as an “Up and Coming... Read more →

Tom Jensen Launches New Website and Blog

Tom Jensen has launched a website and blog at www.malpracticedefense.org that focuses on professional liability, breach of fiduciary duty and malpractice insurance coverage developments in Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin.

Brotten to Moderate Panel at DRI Toxic Tort and Environmental Law Seminar

March 23, 2017

Shareholder Elizabeth Sorenson Brotten will moderate a panel at the Defense Research Institute’s Toxic Tort and Environmental Law Seminar on March 23-24, 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  The panel, titled “Science as a Second Language: How to Teach the Jury About Uncertainty and Science,” will include Robert Bettler, Ph.D., of DecisionQuest and Christina Marinakis, J.D., Psy.D., of Litigation Insights. The panel will compare the responses of actual mock jurors to those of the audience... Read more →

Fredrickson and Goerke Win Motion For Summary Judgment

March 17, 2017

LJSP partner Mark Fredrickson and associate Grant Goerke successfully persuaded Scott County (MN) Judge Rex Stacey to grant summary judgment to their client ISD #719. Plaintiff sustained a bad broken ankle and leg when she went to pick up her daughter from a after school daycare facility run by the district at an elementary school building. The accident happened on a non-school day during the first winter weather of the year. Fredrickson and Goerke successfully argued that Minnesota’s mere... Read more →