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Convicted Ponzi schemer Tom Petters tapped the assistance of a “jailhouse lawyer,” and now he thinks he should be released on bail during an attempt to get his case in front of a new judge.
A Twin Cities-based therapy provider that was represented by Lindquist & Vennum will receive $5.7 million as its share of a $30 million settlement.
Two natives of Monterrey, Mexico, were arrested at the U.S. border after they were accused of using cards containing account information stolen in the Target security breach. The Associated Press...
Target recently announced plans to open new stores in Ohio, California, New Jersey, and Massachusetts; they will open shortly after Target closes locations in Illinois, Nevada, Georgia, Ohio, Tennessee, and Florida.
Travelers who pass through Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport may soon be able to gamble on 2,500 electronic tablets, courtesy of the Minnesota Lottery. The Star Tribune reported a new...
A trio of city activists who challenged the Downtown East development project have dropped their lawsuit. The Star Tribune reports Stephanie Woodruff, Paul Ostrow and Dan Cohen dismissed their...
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has gotten involved in investigating the massive data breach at Target. CNN reports information about the malware used to hijack customer information was...
The teams behind the effort to construct a new Vikings stadium have lined up helmet-to-helmet against three opponents of the project in the Minnesota Supreme Court. At issue in the time-sensitive...
Target has not indicated that pharmacy records were exposed, although some say the recent data breach amplifies concerns about “medical identity theft” at retail chains with pharmacies.
Jim Schowalter, commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Management and Budget, called a recent lawsuit "an archetypal case of bad-faith laches."
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