In an appeal brought by one of Minneapolis' largest law firms subsequent to a trial in which my client prevailed, the Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of Gallatin Law's client and affirmed the trial court outcome.
Frankly, the outcome was not a big surprise. The trial court's jury instruction, an instruction the loser tried to torture into fractured elements, was well-researched and taken verbatim from standing Minnesota legal precedent. Really, what I consider to be the unfortunate part of the entire trial and appellate process is the Minneapolis firm burned its client's money and my client's time, money, and energy in a plainly misguided legal pursuit.
Winning is never a guarantee, but being right and providing good counseling is what I have built my practice on thus far. Thankfully, the Court of Appeals agreed this time with the legal theory and law I used. For practical, proper, and economically prudent legal advice, call on me to help navigate you through your disputes.
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