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As we embark on 2020, several changes to the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of General Practice take effect. These changes apply to all cases pending as of January 1, 2020.
The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that an insurer may pose interrogatories to juries—i.e., ask the jury questions—in an underlying third-party action.
Sweeping changes for Minnesota employers are now in place as Minnesota’s new wage theft law took effect last week.
In March, in an opinion authored by Justice Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court of the United States decided a maritime tort claim which discussed the “bare metal” defense commonly asserted by manufacturers in asbestos litigation.
The Minnesota Supreme Court held last week in Daniel v. City of Minneapolis that the exclusivity provision in the Minnesota Workers’ Compensation...