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If you're ever served papers in a collection law suit, do your self a favor and call Todd Murray. For a very modest... more
Minneapolis  Todd Michael Murray

Todd Murray

Minneapolis, MN Litigation
Avvo rating 7.7
I literally went through 3 attorneys before doing research and after meeting once with Valerie, she understood my case... more
Minneapolis  Valerie Ann Downing Arnold

Valerie Arnold

Minneapolis, MN Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
Sarah walked me through a very difficult situation. She gave me sound advice and encouragement. She patiently answered... more
Minneapolis  Sarah Martha Macgillis

Sarah Macgillis

Minneapolis, MN White Collar Crime
Avvo rating 10.0
Barbara help us with my adjustment of status with the USCIS, she was very polite, professional and knowledgable, I... more
Minneapolis  Barbara Elizabeth Erlandson

Barbara Erlandson

Minneapolis, MN Immigration
Avvo rating 7.3
It was wonderful working with Mr Speeter. He is very knowledgeable and honest. I choose him because he is culturally... more
Minneapolis  Robert M Speeter

Robert Speeter

Minneapolis, MN DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 8.8
Regarding my wife's early dementia situation, he advised both of us to turn over $400,000 to our children whom he knew... more
Minneapolis  Stuart Charles Bear

Stuart Bear

Minneapolis, MN Estate Planning
Avvo rating 8.0
Brian assisted me with an important legal document presented to my business and brought out salient points for me to... more
Minneapolis  Brian Andrew Becker

Brian Becker

Atlanta, GA Estate Planning
Avvo rating 7.6
Donna Lattarulo did not have my best interests in mind when she represented me as a Plaintiff evicting my roommate.... more
Minneapolis  Donna M Lattarulo

Donna Lattarulo

Norwalk, CT Litigation
Avvo rating 6.6


practicing lawyers in Minneapolis

Minneapolis contains the only major waterfall on the Mississippi River. Saint Anthony Falls provided the hydro-power for the growing city’s lumber and flour mills, transforming the former riverfront settlement into the world leader of flour production.

In 1934, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters voted to strike against Minneapolis trucking companies. Amidst much violence, the employers and the union eventually agreed on a contract that recognized the union, reinstated the strikers, and provided seniority and non-discrimination clauses.