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October 31, 2018

The Minnesota Supreme Court, in a 4-2 decision, ruled that the right to receive earn-out payments, memorialized in a purchase agreement for the sale of marital property, is itself marital property. Henson Efron family law attorneys Alan Eidsness and Lisa Spencer on behalf of their client, Gretchen Gill, won this case before the Supreme Court […]



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November 23, 2016

Court says ‘follow the money’ by Barbara L. Jones, Editor, Minnesota Lawyer  November 17, 2016 Link to full article Excerpt from article The opinion may require attorneys to reconsider what is the proper evidence in their cases. “Assessing income generated from a property award is nothing new but Curtis reveals another dimension to that analysis. […]



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February 4, 2016

Alan Eidsness and Jaime Driggs have some guidance when it comes to the division of property in a family law article in Minnesota Lawyer™ Spousal maintenance is a tough issue for many reasons and the uncertainty surrounding whether tax consequences are considered makes it even more challenging. Read more at Spousal maintenance: when are the […]



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March 18, 2015

Bruce C. Recher, business litigation attorney, represented three Minnesota residents who were minority shareholders in an Iowa family farm corporation and were awarded more than $4.2 million in a cash buyout as “fair value” of their shares by a judge of the Iowa Business Specialty Court. This was the first trial conducted by the Iowa […]



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February 1, 2015

In a series of short videos, litigation attorney David Bradley Olsen covers a variety of topics in relation to the First Amendment from libel and slander to public figures and defamation. See more on his ReelLawyers.com page.



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January 16, 2015

Twin Cities Business magazine’s Lawsuits Of The Year: 2014 included the successful representation of Ventura in a defamation case. Ventura’s legal team was led by David Bradley Olsen and included Court Anderson, John Bisanz, Jr., Benjamin Hamborg, and paralegal Emily Erickson.



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