Minnesota’s Rule on Corporate Designee Depositions Now Requires the Noticing Party to “Confer” With the Entity to Be Deposed

Minnesota’s Rule on Corporate Designee Depositions Now Requires the Noticing Party to “Confer” With the Entity to Be Deposed

Rule 30.02(f) of the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure governs depositions of corporations or organizations.  It provides for a notice of deposition to an “entity” rather than an individual.  An entity can include a corporation, partnership, association or...
How to Proceed When Dying Doesn’t Kill Your Case

How to Proceed When Dying Doesn’t Kill Your Case

One of the important but often overlooked Federal Rules of Civil Procedure is Rule 25, which allows for substitution when a party has died. This Rule was recently addressed by the Eighth Circuit in Benacquisto v. Am. Express Fin. Corp., 2022 WL 3133437 (8th Cir. Aug....
A Closer Look at Our New Website!

A Closer Look at Our New Website!

Lommen Abdo recently launched a new website, www.lommen.com, complete with easier to access practice area pages, updated attorney biographies and a fresh new look. We sat down with Lommen Abdo President, Marc Johannsen, to ask him a few questions about the new site....
Recognizing Our 2021 Minnesota Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Recognizing Our 2021 Minnesota Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Lommen Abdo attorneys are recognized by their peers in the 2021 Minnesota Super Lawyer lists. Congratulations to Bob Abdo, Creig Andreasen, Keith Broady, John Crawford, Kay Nord Hunt, Marc Johannsen, Cameron Kelly, Reid Lindquist, Kathleen Loucks, Mike Moline, and...