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Positive litigation outcomes don't just happen; positive outcomes require effective decisions. That's why leading employers, insurers and businesses count on O’Meara, Leer, Wagner & Kohl, P.A. to defend their interests.  Our counsel carefully guides clients through the entire process, regardless of forum, jurisdiction or issue presented.  We consider multiple options, analyze obvious, and not so obvious, risks, formulate insightful recommendations, and aggressively implement strategies to effectively and efficiently defend our clients' interests.

OLWK believes it offers the State of Minnesota’s highest quality workers’ compensation defense attorneys, representing employers and insurers in all aspects of work-related injuries. OLWK also boasts robust business transaction and litigated disputes practices based in the Upper Midwest but with a national reach.  

How can our Best's Recommended and Martindale-Hubbell™-rated attorneys guide you to effective decisions?  View our Practice Areas, Attorneys, and additional Firm Information for answers.
 

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Practice Groups

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Business & Transactions

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Workers Compensation

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Litigation & Disputes

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Latest News

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Minnesota Supreme Court to Decide Whether Minn. Stat. § 604.02, subd. 1 Applies in Workplace Injury Cases

The Minnesota Supreme Court recently heard oral argument in Fish v. Ramler Trucking, Inc. , A18-0143, in which the court will...

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Minnesota Supreme Court holds high school basketball coach need not prove actual malice in defamation claim, since coach is not a "public official"

In Minnesota, a public official can prevail on a defamation claim only upon a showing of actual malice. Recently the Minnesota...

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