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Retainer Letter; Legal Hold Notice; Legal Hold Lift Notice
– Adina Florea & Allison N. Kruger
Commencing the Action
Complaint: Negligence; Complaint: Intentional Tort; Complaint: Defamation; Complaint: Dog Attack; Complaint: Product Liability; Complaint: Medical Malpractice; Complaint: Dram Shop; Complaint: Consortium Language; Complaint: Fraud; Complaint: Wrongful Death; Complaint: Contract Breach; Petition for Dissolution of Marriage; Complaint for Declaratory Relief; Motion for Temporary Restraining Order Ex Parte; Plaintiff’s Notice of Motion and Motion for Temporary Restraining Order; Plaintiff’s Notice of Motion and Motion for Temporary Injunction; Affidavit in Support of Motion for Temporary Injunction/Temporary Restraining Order; Bond for Temporary Injunction
– Wil W. Fluegel, Melissa Muro Lamere & John T. Duffey
Response to Complaints
Answer to the Complaint; Meet and Confer Certification; Notice of Motion and Motion to Dismiss; Memorandum in Support of Motion to Dismiss; Proposed Order Granting Motion to Dismiss; Notice of Removal to Federal Court; Notice of Motion and Motion for Change of Venue; Memorandum in Support of Motion for Change of Venue; Proposed Order Granting Motion for Change of Venue; Notice of Motion and Motion for a More Definite Statement; Memorandum in Support of Motion for a More Definite Statement; Proposed Order Granting Motion for a More Definite Statement; Notice of Motion and Motion to Strike; Memorandum in Support of Motion to Strike; Proposed Order Granting Motion to Strike; Answer, Counterclaim, and Cross-Claim; Notice of Motion and Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings; Memorandum in Support of Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings; Proposed Order Granting Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings; Complaint in Interpleader; Notice of Intervention; Pleading in Support of Intervention; Notice of Motion and Motion to Intervene; Memorandum in Support of Motion to Intervene; Proposed Order Granting Motion to Intervene; Notice of Motion and Motion for Default Judgment; Memorandum in Support of Motion for Default; Affidavit in Support of Motion for Default Judgment; Proposed Order Granting Default Judgment
– Sharon R. Markowitz, Kate Bjorklund & Kelly Maxwell
Stipulation for Protective Order; Attorneys’ Eyes Only; Confidential Information Form (Form 11.1); Cover Sheet for Non-Public Documents (Form 11.2); Instructions for Restricted Identifiers; Stipulated Order Regarding Discovery of Electronically Stored Information; Rule 26.01(a) Initial Disclosures; Rule 26.06 Joint Discovery Plan; Subpoena in Civil Case; Interrogatories; Request for Production of Documents; Privilege Logs; Requests for Admission; Notice of Motion and Motion to Compel Evaluation and Examination; Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion to Compel Evaluation and Examination; Proposed Order Granting Motion to Compel Evaluation and Examination; Expert Disclosure; Third-Party Subpoena; Notion of Motion and Motion for Protective Order; Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion for Protective Order; Proposed Order Granting Motion for Protective Order; Notice of Motion and Motion to Compel Discovery; Memorandum in Support of Motion to Compel; Proposed Order Granting Motion to Compel
– Davida S. Williams & Kristin K. Zinsmaster
Notice of Motion for Summary Judgment; Motion for Summary Judgment; Combined Notice of Motion and Motion for Summary Judgment; Memorandum in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment; Memorandum in Opposition to Motion for Summary Judgment; Reply in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment; Proposed Order Granting Motion for Summary Judgment; Fact Affidavit; Exhibit Affidavit; Affidavit in Opposition to Motion for Summary Judgment (Facts Unavailable); Confidential Information Form 11.1; Confidential Information Form 11.2: Cover Sheet for Filing Non-Public Documents; Motion to Enlarge Page Limits
– Honorable Laura Nelson & James Greenblatt
Alternative Dispute Resolution and Settlement
Defendant’s Joint Rule 68 “Damages Only” Offer of Judgment/Settlement; Defendant’s Rule 68 “Total Obligation” Offer of Judgment; Plaintiff’s Rule 68 “Total Obligation” Offer of Settlement; Mediation Preparation Checklist; Mediation Statement; Settlement Agreement and Release and Waiver (Negotiated Directly Between the Parties); Stipulation and Agreement for Entry of Judgment Under Miller-Shugart
– Kristine A. Kubes
Trial Brief; Motion in Limine; Memorandum in Support of Motion in Limine; Joint Proposed Jury Questionnaire; Proposed Special Verdict Form; Requested Jury Instructions; Proposed Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law and Order for Judgment; Trial Exhibit List; Examination Outline; Opening Statement Outline; Closing Argument Outline; Memorandum in Support of Motion
– Jerry Blackwell, Geraldo (Gerry) Alcazar & Tony Atwal
Notice of Motion and Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law; Notice of Motion and Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law and New Trial; Notion of Motion and Motion for Relief from Judgment; Notice of Motion and Motion for Attorneys’ Fees; Affidavit in Support of Motion for Attorneys’ Fees
– Jevon C. Bindman & Brittany Skemp
Notice of Appeal (Form 103A); Notice of Related Appeal (Form 103C); Statement of the Case (Form 133); Notice of Motion and Motion for Stay Pending Appeal; Memorandum in Support of Motion for Stay Pending Appeal; Declaration in Support of Motion for Stay Pending Appeal; Proposed Order for Stay Pending Appeal; Appellant’s Motion to Stay; Certificate as to Transcript (Form 110A); Certificate of Filing and Delivery (Form 110B); Motion; Declaration in Support of Motion; Appellant’s Formal Brief and Addendum (Form 128); Petition for Writ of Prohibition (Form 120); Taxation of Costs and Disbursements (Form 139); Notice Regarding Oral Argument in the Court of Appeals; Notice Regarding Oral Argument in the Minnesota Supreme Court; Petition for Accelerated Review (Form 118); Petition for Review of Decision of the Court of Appeals (Form 117); Petition for Writ of Certiorari (Form 115A); Writ of Certiorari (Form 115B); Petition for Writ of Certiorari (Form 116A); Petition for Writ of Certiorari (Form 116B); Petition for Declaratory Judgment (Form 114); Petition for Discretionary Review (Form 105)
– Nicholas J. Bullard
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