Sixteen SiebenCarey attorneys were selected to the 2017 Minnesota Super Lawyers list
Fifteen SiebenCarey Attorneys Named Minnesota Super Lawyers; One Named a Minnesota Rising Star.
Drivers Privacy Protection Act Class Action Settlement
Drivers Privacy Protection Act Class Action Settlement; Mille Lacs County
Court File No. 13-1309 (JRT/LIB)
SiebenCarey Attorneys Selected to 2016 Annual Super Lawyer List
Sixteen SiebenCarey attorneys were selected to the 2016 Minnesota Super Lawyers list. Just five percent of all lawyers in Minnesota are named to this list each year.
Lawsuit: State Gave Child Foster Care License to Known Abuser
The tragic death of a 6-yr-old in foster care prompts lawsuit against Hennepin County and two Minnesota agencies
Lawsuit Filed After Girl Dies in Foster Home
“The situation you have is a system that is broken. You have a system that needs correction. You have a family that suffered a terrible loss. Children are the innocent victims-this doesn’t need to happen?”
Tony Rubin Wins Verdict in Negligence and Assault Case
Man with Iron Range ties injured at Minneapolis Restaurant; Jury awards 200X more than settlement offer.
2015 Super Lawyers From SiebenCarey
Fourteen SiebenCarey attorneys named Minnesota Super Lawyers; three named to Minnesota Rising Stars.
Jail Suicide Lawsuit Settled At $2 Million
A lawsuit seeking more than $40 million in damages in the suicide death of Kathryn Schneider from Koochiching County Sheriff, jail staff and the county has been settled for $2 million.
Minnesota Lawyer Names SiebenCarey's Jeffrey Montpetit "2014 Attorney of the Year"
SiebenCarey today announced that Minnesota Lawyer has named Jeff Montpetit, a shareholder at the firm, one of its “2014 Attorneys of the Year.” Recipients of the annual Attorneys of the Year award are selected based on leadership in the profession and involvement in major cases. Montpetit was part of a trial team that also included attorneys Robert Bennett, Andrew Noel, and Katie Bennett of Gaskins Bennett Birrell Schupp LLP.
Koochiching County Jail Suicide Highlights Lapses In Care Of Mentally Ill
When Kathryn Schneider turned herself in on a drunken-driving warrant, her history of mental illness, drug use and a previous suicide attempt was well-known to the Koochiching County jailers.
SiebenCarey Attorneys Recognized in Annual Super Lawyers Publication
Super Lawyers magazine published its annual recognition list today, which includes 18 attorneys from SiebenCarey.
Lake Street fire shows landlords need safety education
Six people died in April 2010 from breathing carbon monoxide as their home burned down around them. The fire inspectors hadn't been in the residences for 16 years.
Lawsuit settled in death of 6 in 2010 apartment fire in Minneapolis
The enduring mystery over the cause and origin of a 2010 fire that killed six people in a Minneapolis apartment didn't hinder a settlement last week in the wrongful-death lawsuit against the building's owner.
Sapientia Law Group and SiebenCarey Join Forces to Bring Class Action on Behalf of Individuals Whose Federally Protected Drivers License Information Was Improperly Accessed more than 11,000 Times by Minnesota’s Department of Natural Resources
Following the heels of the largely publicized Rasmusson v. City of Bloomington, et al. privacy case involving 140 law enforcement personnel across Minnesota accessing a former co-worker's private drivers' license information, the DNR advised 5000 Minnesota citizens that one of its former employees also improperly accessed their private information through the Department of Public Safety's database.
Jeffrey Montpetit on the Legal Journal
Jeffrey Montpetit was a guest on the Legal Journal radio show and spoke about automobile accident injury claims.
Drug Compounder Poisons Hundreds with Deadly Fungal Meningitis
As a national public health crisis develops across the country due to an outbreak of fungal meningitis, lawyers in Minnesota have filed a class action against the company that compounded, or mixed, the steroid medication that has sickened 214 and killed 15 people.
Ex-Ramsey County inmates to get TB payouts
A multimillion-dollar deal between Ramsey County and those exposed to tuberculosis in the county workhouse in 2008 was approved by a federal judge.