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Ken is an attorney that fights for his client’s best interest. I had to engage his services twice and both... more
Minneapolis  Kenneth Lee LaBore

Kenneth LaBore

Minneapolis, MN Nursing Home Abuse - Neglect
Avvo rating 10.0
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Minneapolis  Rebecca Noreen Desnoyers

Rebecca Desnoyers

Minneapolis, MN Immigration
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Daniel handled my elderly father's bankruptcy case with extreme care and personalization. He answered all my... more
Minneapolis  Daniel Nathan Cooke

Daniel Cooke

Minneapolis, MN Bankruptcy / Chapter 7
Avvo rating 7.5
After the realization that my wife and I weren't going to live forever and on the advice of a friend, we had... more
Minneapolis  Joseph Francis Henderson

Joseph Henderson

Minneapolis, MN Estate Planning
Avvo rating 9.2
I hired Katie over 4 years ago and she still represents me in all my family law matters to this day. Before... more
Minneapolis  Kathryn Marie Lammers

Kathryn Lammers

Minneapolis, MN Family
Avvo rating 9.6
Matt took on my my divorce case and handled everything State-side while I was overseas. His effective... more
Minneapolis  Matthew Eugene Ludt

Matthew Ludt

Minneapolis, MN Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 8.9
Isaac represented us for a non fault auto accident last year. He was always responsive and patient to our... more
Minneapolis  Isaac Ingram Tyroler

Isaac Tyroler

Minneapolis, MN Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.5
David Kempston is a very caring and detailed attorney. He listens and responds quickly with your legal case.... more
Minneapolis  David Brian Kempston

David Kempston

Minneapolis, MN Workers Compensation
Avvo rating 10.0

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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.