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David Koob is an excellent attorney! He is very professional! He handled my case expertly and got me a result better... more
Minneapolis  David James Koob

David Koob

Minneapolis, MN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.6
I was a client of Rodd Tschida and paid him $4,500 to represent me in an appeal of drivers license revocation. Mr.... more
Minneapolis  Rodd Ahren Tschida

Rodd Tschida

Minneapolis, MN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.5
I hired Kris Naros for legal representation regarding an offense that occurred in my building (?!), I had no prior... more
Minneapolis  Kristen Katheryn Naros

Kristen Naros

Minneapolis, MN Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.9
David Wilson is an outstanding lawyer. He represented me in my immigration case as a pro bono lawyer. I worked with... more
Minneapolis  David Lee Wilson

David Wilson

Minneapolis, MN Immigration
Avvo rating 9.4
I engaged Kris Naros to assist in handling an auto accident claim from October 2011. I had just recently recovered... more
Minneapolis  Kristen Katheryn Naros

Kristen Naros

Minneapolis, MN Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.9
Kris was an awesome find. She was very knowledgeable and led me through the process during the first arrest of my life.... more
Minneapolis  Kristen Katheryn Naros

Kristen Naros

Minneapolis, MN Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.9
I first met Joe at an awful time. My 38 year old son passed away unexpectedly and I needed help settling his estate.... more
Minneapolis  Joseph Francis Henderson

Joseph Henderson

Minneapolis, MN Estate Planning
Avvo rating 8.9
Jim Cohen not only tried to drag out my case for more money he also did not inform me of incoming information. I wrote... more
Minneapolis  James Hillson Cohen

James Cohen

Minneapolis, MN Family
Avvo rating 6.5

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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.