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Madia Law Client Alice James to Join State Lawsuit Against CSL Plasma for Discriminatory Ban on Transgender Donors
(Minneapolis; March 7, 2019)—Alice James will join Attorney General Keith Ellison and Department of Human Rights (MDHR) Commissioner Rebecca Lucero in suing a plasma collection
Just last week, I complained that courts are too often rubber-stamping excessive police force. On cue, the Minnesota Court of Appeals issued a great decision today for
The increasing trend by courts–and the Supreme Court in particular–to deny victims of police violence from even having a chance to tell their case to
Today, presidential nominee Donald Trump said he would resume the practice of giving surplus military-grade equipment to local police departments, which President Obama banned in 2014. Trump said,
Last week, a Minnesota man was awarded $3.5 million after he was ousted from a family banking business.
On Monday, June 6, 2016, Madia Law secured a victory at the Minnesota Court of Appeals on behalf of an injured, undocumented worker who was
Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling affecting the statute of limitations (the period of time in which one is allowed to file a lawsuit for
On Wednesday, Madia Law joined the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Ebeltoft Sickler in requesting that the United States District Court for the District of North Dakota
In a win for employees, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to review an award to a class of plaintiffs against Wal-Mart Stores, Inc for denial
On March 23, 2016, a three-judge panel of the Minnesota Court of Appeals will hold a non-oral hearing in Sanchez v. Dahlke Trailer Sales, Inc.,
Last week, Madia Law secured a favorable jury verdict in a federal business litigation case involving allegations of trademark infringement. Madia Law’s client, Heimerl & Lammers, is a small