Condo Developer Held Liable for Design and Construction Defects Under MCIOA—Is it Finally Time for a Change?

OLWK Associate Attorney Lance Meyer recently co-authored an article regarding the Minnesota Court of Appeals decision in 650 N....

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Pre-Treatment Assignments of No-Fault Benefits Prohibited by Auto Policy’s Anti-Assignment Clause

It has become more and more common for medical, diagnostic, and chiropractic providers to require patients to assign their...

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In Dram Shop Cases, Notice of Claim Provided to Liquor Seller’s Insurer Is Insufficient Notice to Seller, Barring Claim

In Buskey et al. v. American Legion Post #270 , an unpublished decision, the Minnesota Court of Appeals affirmed its stance that...

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Out-of-State Insurers Responsible for Paying Minnesota No-Fault Benefits

For years, insurers who chose not to do business in Minnesota did not need to conform their polices to Minnesota's No-Fault Act,...

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MN Court of Appeals Holds that Failure to Sue Tortfeasor Precludes UIM Claim

In Ronning v. State Farm , A16-0538, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled in a published decision that insureds who fail to sue...

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O’Meara Leer Wagner & Kohl Announces New Partners

O'Meara Leer Wagner & Kohl announced that firm attorneys Sarah Foulkes, Sarah Hunter, Brian McSherry and Brian Thompson have...

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Minnesota Supreme Court finds relief from a Rule 5.04(a) dismissal for failure to file within one year is available under Rule 60.02 so long as the four Finden factors are met.

In Gams v. Houghton and Cole v. Wutzke , the Minnesota Supreme Court affirmed as modified and remanded two cases for the...

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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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