Nick Rauch’s article Towing and Storage Liens: What to Do When Your Towing Bill Looks Like “Highway Robbery” was recently published in the latest edition of the DRI Trucking Law newsletter, In Transit. The article discusses potential ways to resolve excessive towing and storage charges for trucking companies. Click on link below for article. http://www.dri.org/docs/default-source/webdocs/newsletters/2019/in_transit_vol_22_iss_1.pdf?sfvrsn=2
On March 8th 2019. Lind Jensen Sullivan & Peterson P.A. gave a lunchtime presentation at the Hennepin County Bar Association for the committee on lawyer’s professionalism and ethics titled ‘Current Developments Regarding the Legal Malpractice Statute of Limitations’. See attached PowerPoint. The End, The Beginning of the End, The End of the Beginning (HCBA CLE) (...
Shareholder Thomas J. Evenson was reappointed by the Minnesota Governor to serve as a Member on the Minnesota Compensation Council. State law has established a Compensation Council to meet in the odd numbered years to make recommendations to the legislature regarding the salaries of judges and constitutional officers. The council also makes recommendations regarding salary ranges for heads of state and metropolitan agencies. The council must report its recommendations to the speaker of the... Read more →
Brian Wood obtained a defense verdict in Scott County District Court on behalf of his client, Schmitty & Sons Transit, Inc. Plaintiff alleged that the defendant made an illegal right turn that precipitated his running into the bus. Defendants disputed the bus driver was acting illegally. Plaintiff had a neck fusion and left shoulder reconstruction following the accident. The demand exceeded one million dollars. Defendant was found not negligent for the accident. The case is Douglas Sato v.... Read more →
On Monday February 4th 2019, Lind Jensen attorneys Bill Davidson and Grant Goerke secured an appellate victory on behalf of their client, a non-profit employer, in an employment discrimination case before the Minnesota Court of Appeals. The Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of a former employee’s claim that the employer terminated her employment because of her age and in violation of the Minnesota Human Rights Act. Davidson and Goerke defended the employer in the district court and... Read more →