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  1. Wells Fargo weighs options after signage rulingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Minnesota Lawyer

    In the branding battle of the banks in downtown Minneapolis, the first round goes to U.S. Bank and the Minnesota Vikings. U.S. District Judge Donovan Frank ruled Thursday that U.S. Bank rival Wells Fargo has 30 days to remove illuminated signage atop its two 17-story office towers near the new U.S. Bank Stadium.

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  2. People and Practices: June 27Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Minnesota Lawyer

    Fox Rothschild LLP announced that Randall J. Pattee , a trial and regulatory attorney, has joined the firm as a partner in the Minneapolis office. Pattee has a national practice that centers on product liability defense and business and commercial disputes.

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  3. Diamonds times two for Gray Plant MootyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Minnesota Lawyer

    During its years in business, the Minneapolis-based Gray Plant Mooty law firm has survived and thrived by managing to stay big and small at the same time. It's been small enough to encourage its clients to get to know Gray Plant's lawyers and staff personally, yet large enough to compete in an ever more-crowded legal market that seems to more and more encourage mid-sized firms to merge with large ones.

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  4. 2016 Up & Coming Attorneys, Unsung Legal HeroesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 20 | Minnesota Lawyer

    Minnesota Lawyer is pleased to announce the 2016 Up & Coming Attorneys and Unsung Legal Heroes. The up and coming lawyers have been in practice for 10 years or fewer; the unsung legal heroes are support staff, marketers, educators and others who do the work of getting the lawyers prepared and out the door.

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  5. FBI director: Number of IS cases in US has not dropped offRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 8 | Minnesota Lawyer

    The director of the FBI said Tuesday that the Islamic State group is currently the main threat facing the United States, both in its efforts to recruit fighters to join its members overseas and to have others carry out violence in America. Director James Comey said the IS group poses a third potential threat: a "terrorist diaspora" that he said will eventually flow out of Syria and Iraq and end up in Western Europe, where members will have easy access to the U.S. "There's three prongs to this ISIL threat," Comey said.

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  6. Here comes Biglaw: Jones Day opens Minneapolis officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 6 | Minnesota Lawyer

    Another biglaw behemoth is moving into the crowded Twin Cities legal market. In an announcement Monday, Jones Day, which has grown into one of the world's largest law firms since its founding in Cleveland over a century ago, revealed that it has opened an office in downtown Minneapolis.

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  7. Remembering Ron Rosenbaum: Radio host had friends from all walks of lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 2 | Minnesota Lawyer

    In January, Ron Rosenbaum, center, moderated a discussion at a Minneapolis brew pub with Joe Friedberg and Dean Strang, the Wisconsin defense attorney from "Making a Murderer," the Netflix documentary about an apparent case of justice gone wrong.

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  8. Stinson Leonard Street moving to Fifty South SixthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 2 | Minnesota Lawyer

    After nearly three decades at the Fifth Street Towers, Stinson Leonard Street LLP will relocate its downtown Minneapolis headquarters and 400 workers to Fifty South Sixth Street, the law firm announced Thursday. The firm has signed a lease for 105,000 square feet on three floors in the 29-story Class A office building on the northwest corner of south Sixth Street and Nicollet Mall, according to a prepared statement from building owner Houston -based Hines Global REIT.

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  9. No civil rights charges in shooting of Minneapolis black manRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 1 | Minnesota Lawyer

    Minnesota's U.S. attorney on Wednesday declined to file civil rights charges against two Minneapolis police officers in the November death of a black man that sparked weeks of protests. Andrew Luger said in a news release that there's insufficient evidence to support charges against Officers Mark Ringgenberg and Dustin Schwarze.

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  10. Report: New wave of disability suits riles businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 31 | Minnesota Lawyer

    Move over, Paul Hansmeier, you've got competition. Hansmeier, you may recall, is the controversial Minneapolis attorney notorious for his high-volume, disability litigation practice- a business model which revolves around identifying often minor violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act, suing or threatening to sue the offending establishments, and then walking off with quick cash settlements.

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  11. Archdiocese 'makes Tom Petters look like a piker"Read the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2016 | Minnesota Lawyer

    Creditors accuse church officials of hiding more than $1 billion in assets The bankrupt Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis under-reported the value of its assets by more than one billion dollars "in a serious and sinister scheme" to limits its exposure to clergy sex abuse claims, attorney Jeff Anderson said at a press conference today. "I ... Enter your user name and password in the fields above to gain access to the subscriber content on this site.

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  12. MPCA seeks injunction to shut down metal shredderRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2016 | Minnesota Lawyer

    The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is seeking a temporary injunction to close down a metal shredding operation in north Minneapolis. Enter your user name and password in the fields above to gain access to the subscriber content on this site.

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  13. Hello, city life: Why one lawyer left the suburbsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2016 | Minnesota Lawyer

    Well we did it. Last September, I wrote that my husband and I had resolved to abandon our suburban home and return to Minneapolis.

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  14. Some condo associations move to block Super Bowl rentalsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | Minnesota Lawyer

    Not that anybody's counting, but the Super Bowl will be played at U.S. Bank Stadium in one year, eight months, two weeks and five days. And while the big game and the events leading up to it will amount to a giant cash grab for various commercial and municipal enterprises, some entities are trying to avoid an end run by members of their own teams.

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  15. New Minnesota Lawyer publisher has Twin Cities tiesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2016 | Minnesota Lawyer

    Newspaper executive Bill Gaier is returning to familiar territory as the new president and publisher of Minneapolis-based Finance and Commerce Inc. Though he was born and reared in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, Gaier, 52, has strong ties to the Twin Cities. He earned a B.A. in business administration and marketing from what is now the University of St. Thomas, and his wife, Sheila, grew up in St. Paul.

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  16. People and Practices: May 9Read the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2016 | Minnesota Lawyer

    Gov. Mark Dayton has appointed former state legislator Gail T. Kulick to fill a vacancy on the 7th Judicial District bench. Kulick is currently in a solo practice at Kulick Consulting P.A., where she handles cases primarily in real estate, probate, estate planning, and government relations.

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  17. Court revives retired cop's age-bias suitRead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2016 | Minnesota Lawyer

    In a case of first impression with potentially significant ramifications for employment law attorneys and their clients, the Minnesota Court of Appeals has revived an age-discrimination lawsuit brought by a now-retired Minneapolis police officer. Writing for the three-judge panel, Appeals Court Judge Kevin Ross said Hennepin County Judge Frank Magill erred when he tossed out Scott Peterson's discrimination claim on the grounds that Peterson failed to commence his action within the one-year statute of limitations prescribed by the Minnesota Human Rights Act.

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  18. People and Practices: May 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | Minnesota Lawyer

    On Wednesday, the governor announced that he had filled three vacancies on the 4th District bench, naming Shereen M. Askalani Clemens , Charlene W. Hatcher and Mark J. Kappelhoff . All three will be chambered in Minneapolis.

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  19. Trust company to manage Prince's estateRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | Minnesota Lawyer

    A Minnesota judge appointed a corporate trust company on Wednesday to temporarily oversee Prince's multimillion-dollar estate, saying the emergency appointment was necessary because the superstar musician doesn't appear to have a will and immediate decisions must be made about his business interests. Judge Kevin Eide granted a request from Prince's sister to appoint Bremer Trust as special administrator, giving the company authority to manage and supervise Prince's assets and identify his heirs.

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  20. People and Practices: April 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2016 | Minnesota Lawyer

    Retired Hennepin County District Court Judge John McShane will join the Minneapolis firm of Soule & Stull, where he will offer alternative dispute resolution services . McShane served on the bench from 1998 until his retirement in March.

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