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The Eighth Circuit held that Plaintiffs’ claims regarding voter qualifications did not violate section 1983 and that Plaintiffs lacked standing to assert their claims regarding the right of persons under guardianship to vote. Minn. Voters Alliance v. Ritchie, No. 12-2946, (8th Cir. Aug. 2, 2013).
Minnesota Court of Appeals determined that hospital medical staff is not separate legal entity with capacity to sue or be sued and that bylaws governing hospital’s medical staff do not create contractual relationship between medical staff and hospital. Medical Staff of Avera Marshall Reg. Med. Ctr. v. Avera Marshall, No. A12-2117 (Minn. Ct. App. July 22, 2013).
Minnesota Court of Appeals declined to extend strict liability to commercial bailors, affirming dismissal of plaintiffs’ product-liability claims, but reversed summary judgment on negligence claims, holding that fact issue existed as to which legal duty applied to claimed bailor-bailee relationship. Lyzhoft v. Waconia Farm Supply, Nos. A12-2237, A12-2238, slip op. (Minn. Ct. App. July 8, 2013).
Congratulations to Darwin S. Williams for obtaining a jury verdict in favor of the defendants in Sargent v. Kasper, Inc. et al., Ramsey County District Court.
Congratulations to Jessica E. Schwie, Mark K. Hellie, and Jamie L. Guderian for obtaining a successful decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit in Minn. Voters Alliance v. Ritchie, No. 12-2946, (8th Cir. Aug. 2, 2013), affirming the district court’s dismissal of Plaintiffs’ claims of voter irregularity.
Significant Changes Enacted to Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Act. Attorney Matthew P. Bandt has posted an article to the JLO website, 2013 Legislative Changes To The Workers’ Compensation Act.
Congratulations to the following JLO attorneys who were named to the 2013 list of Minnesota Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business: Eugene J. Flick, Joseph E. Flynn, Pierre N. Regnier, Lawrence M. Rocheford, Leonard J. Schweich.
Congratulations to Elisa M. Hatlevig who has been named to the 2013 list of Minnesota Rising Stars by Minnesota Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business.
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