Stacey Sever receives designation of Certified Litigation Management Professional through CLM

Stacey Sever attended the Litigation Management Institute, a certification specifically designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the business of litigation management. The rigorous program is designed to bridge the gap between legal theory, litigation strategy, and the business aspects of litigation management. Stacey successfully completed the program and received the designation of Certified Litigation … Continued

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Stich Angell congratulates its 2018 Superlawyers ® and Rising Stars ®

Stich Angell is proud to congratulate its lawyers named to the 2018 Super Lawyers® list:  Mike Kreidler, Tim Murphy, Stacey Sever, and Garth Unke. The listing is based on a rigorous, multi-phase process. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers … Continued

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Live Burn demonstration July 19, 2018

Stich Angell will sponsor a Live Burn Demonstration and fire damage class on July 19th in Oakdale, MN.  The event will include a three-hour fire damage mitigation class for continuing education credits, lunch and a demonstration of a live burn demonstration.   The event is free to interested persons.  Please contact Ryan Johannsen if you … Continued

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Stich Angell welcomes Cara Passaro and Tim Murphy, expands to Northern Minnesota

Stich Angell welcomes attorneys Cara Passaro and Tim Murphy to the firm.  Cara focuses her practice in the areas of construction litigation, insurance law, premises liability, products liability and professional liability.  Tim practices in the areas of construction, products liability, professional liability and business litigation. Cara and Tim bring extensive knowledge and experience to Stich … Continued

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Garth Unke and Alex Herman win construction defect claim for general contractor client

Garth Unke and Alex Herman obtained summary judgment on behalf of a general contractor, who was the target defendant in a $6.1 million construction defect case. The case involved allegations of negligent design of roof trusses, improper installation of lateral bracing by a framer and lack of proper onsite engineering and supervision. Dismissal was based … Continued

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Pat Biren wins jury trial

Pat Biren defended a tow truck company in a property damage claim over a multi-day Jury Trial. Plaintiffs claimed that an employee of Defendant was negligent during the tow of their vehicle which they allege caused them to sustain extensive damage to their vehicle. After a short deliberation, the jury returned a complete defense verdict.

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