Minnesota Supreme Court rules Web-based “Pay-Day” lender’s emails and Google AdWords targeting Minnesota residents was sufficient for Minnesota Courts to exercise personal jurisdiction

In Rilley v. MoneyMutual, LLC, A14-1307 (Aug. 24, 2016), the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that Minnesota courts could exercise...

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Minnesota Court of Appeals holds developer vicariously liable for design and construction defects under the Minnesota Common Interest Ownership Act

In one of the first appellate court decisions to address the scope and applicability of the implied warranties under the Minnesota...

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Attorneys O’Meara, Thornsjo and Leer Named 2016 SuperLawyers; McSherry Named Rising Star

O'Meara, Leer, Wagner and Kohl is proud to announce that three of the Firm's shareholders –Shamus P. O'Meara, Timothy J. Leer...

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Governor Dayton Signs Law Affecting Undisputed Construction Contract Payments and Retainage

Last Tuesday, the Minnesota State Legislature passed a bill regarding payments under building and construction contracts. The bill...

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Minnesota Supreme Court affirms the statute of limitations for UM claims, both primary and excess, is 6 years from the date of the accident.

In Hegseth v. Am. Family Mut. Ins. Co. , A14-1139, the Minnesota Supreme Court held that the statute of limitations for excess...

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Mark J. Condon, March 25, 1949 – March 23, 2016

Our former colleague, Mark Condon, ended his lengthy battle with cancer and passed from this life to the next on March 23,...

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Minnesota Court of Appeals holds that out-of-state insurers not licensed to write motor-vehicle insurance in Minnesota are not obligated to provide no-fault benefits to insureds injured in Minnesota.

In Founders Ins. Co. v. Yates , the Minnesota Court of Appeals recently held that an out-of-state insurer that is not licensed...

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Minnesota Supreme Court holds a fact finder may consider embedded-labor-cost depreciation, among other factors, when determining the “actual cash value” of damaged property under the Broad Evidence Rule.

In reformulating and answering a certified question from Federal District Court for the District of Minnesota, the Minnesota...

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Minnesota Rule of Civil Procedure 5.04(a)’s one-year filing deadline for civil actions in Minnesota takes a hit at the court of appeals on its way to the Minnesota Supreme Court.

The court of appeals has addressed the interplay between Rules 5.04(a) and 60.02 of the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure on three...

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