An obstacle course race organizer won summary judgment in a “greater than ordinary” negligence claim brought by a race participant after the participant suffered a significant injury during an obstacle course race. The case had complex discovery and expert issues, and required analysis of the interplay between waiver provisions, Minnesota pleading requirements, and statutory issues.
National Public Radio and Billboard Music cover Peter Gleekel’s involvement in dispute over musician Prince’s estate
Larson • King partner Peter J. Gleekel is mentioned in NPR and Billboard’s coverage of the disputes surrounding the estate of musician Prince Rogers Nelson.
On February 7, 2018, in Frederick v. Wallerich, et al., the Minnesota Supreme Court issued a decision in favor of Larson • King’s client on a legal malpractice claim.
The Superior Court for the Third Judicial District of Alaska issued an order granting a summary judgment motion brought by Larson • King attorneys.
On December 10, 2015, United States District Court Judge Richard Kyle granted summary judgment in favor of Walmart in an age discrimination claim under the
Larson · King attorneys dealt a blow to plaintiffs’ attempts to urge a narrow construction of the prior express consent provision of the Telephone Consumer
Larson • King LLP Successful at Trial and On Appeal in Dispute Over Insurer’s Unilateral Removal of Vehicle without Policyholder Consent
Recently, the Eighth Circuit issued a decision of interest to those who represent insurers and policyholders alike, Acuity v. Johnson, ___ F.3d ___, 2015 WL 177041
Attorneys Mark Solheim and Tony Novak successfully defended an emergency room physician in a wrongful death action tried before a jury in Wilkin County, Minnesota.