The Top 10 Lawsuits Of 2012

Illustrations by Eric Hanson

The top 10 business lawsuits that took Minnesota companies and law firms into court in 2012.

by Steve Kaplan

November 30, 2012

Each year, Twin Cities Business recounts the accusations of malpractice, misrepresentation, and malfeasance that took Minnesota companies and law firms into court during the past year. Click the links below to read about the top 10 lawsuits of 2012.

Worst Boss Ever?

Local bank CEO does his best Godfather impression.

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The Semantics Of Food Products

What’s in a name?

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Suing Your Lawyer

Restaurant owners say their attorney’s advice was underdone.

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Minnesota Angers North Dakota Over Energy Issues

Coal-powered electricity versus reduced carbon emissions.

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Minnesota Politicians Exposed

As The Legislature Turns.

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Minnesota’s Heart Device Industry Shocked Again

St. Jude’s defibrillator gives patients more than they bargained for.

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Deathly Ill? Need A Doctor? First, That’ll Be $500

Minnesota kicks out a corporate debt collector for using low-class tactics.

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Visa’s $7.2 Billion Credit Card Bill Comes Due

A local firm takes on the major credit banks and wins big.

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Finding The Right Words

The voter ID battle occupies the courtroom as well as the ballot.

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A Million-Dollar Verdict—and Some Lost Credibility—for KSTP-TV

Journalists, be sure of your facts.

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Other Notable Cases

A major Irish whiskey producer tries to muscle in on Kieran Folliard’s business, Delta Airlines punishes a local rabbi for too many complaints, and Milavetz, nipped by a scam, sues a bank to recover.

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