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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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August 1, 2014

Jesse Ventura was awarded $500,000 for defamation and more than $1.34 million for “unjust enrichment” by a jury in the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota Tuesday, having successfully established that Chris Kyle defamed him in his book American Sniper and in later promotional interviews. In order to succeed, Ventura had to […]



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June 4, 2014

Henson Efron attorney Alan C Eidsness successfully represented two doctors before the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice in May of 2014. He persuaded the Board’s Complaint Review Committee that there was no basis for discipline against the doctors for allegedly over-prescribing pain medication. After the hearings, each case was dismissed.



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March 28, 2014

U.S. District Judge Richard Kyle denied a motion by Chris Kyle’s widow to dismiss former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura’s defamation lawsuit, allowing it to go to trial. Litigation attorney, David Bradley Olsen, said, “Obviously we’re pleased by the decision and we think the judge got it correct. We’ve been saying from the beginning that this […]



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March 26, 2014

Henson Efron won a major victory for its client, a Minnesota-based construction contractor specializing in non-destructive excavation, in a Ramsey County District Court of Minnesota jury trial. The lawsuit stemmed from disputes between the founding owners and requested a court-ordered buyout of the opposing parties’ shares. Counterclaims were asserted against the client for breach of […]



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