Stich Angell congratulates its 2017 Superlawyers ® and Rising Stars ®

Stich Angell law firm is pleased to congratulate our lawyers named in the 2017 Minnesota Super Lawyers® list. The listing is based on a rigorous, multi-phase process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with third-party research. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only five percent of Minnesota attorneys … Continued

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Jim Knudsen and Kelly Magnus obtain summary judgment in an indemnification case

Jim Knudsen and Kelly Magnus obtained summary judgment on behalf of a housing cooperative that sustained water damage after a pipe ruptured. Plaintiff performed fire inspection and maintenance on the dry sprinkler system at the cooperative. Plaintiff sought indemnification from the cooperative for damages caused by its own negligence based on indemnification and limitation of … Continued

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STACEY SEVER SELECTED TO SERVE ON BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR THE ACADEMY OF CERTIFIED TRIAL LAWYERS OF MINNESOTA

Stacey Sever has been selected to serve on the 2016-2017 Board of Directors for the Academy of Certified Trial Lawyers of Minnesota. The Academy of Certified Trial Lawyers of Minnesota is made up of attorneys who have been certified by the National Board of Trial Advocates or by the Minnesota State Bar Association as specialists … Continued

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Jim Knudsen obtains partial defense summary judgment in personal injury case.

Jim Knudsen obtains partial summary judgment for defendant Menard, Inc. in a Wisconsin personal injury case, Strebe v. Menard, Inc. et al, involving an independent trucker who fell from atop a loaded flatbed trailer at the Menard’s Distribution Center in Eau Claire. Plaintiff alleged Menard was negligent for failing to provide him with fall protection; … Continued

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Garth Unke obtains defense summary judgment in horse bite case.

Garth Unke obtained summary judgment in a horse bite case, on behalf of the owner of a Woodbury stable. The Plaintiff kept two horses at the defendant’s stable, and executed a horse boarding agreement containing an exculpatory clause in which plaintiff acknowledged that horse-related activities were inherently dangerous and that even the most docile horse … Continued

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