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David Kempston is very professional #1 very well-informed always on top of things keeps you informed as to every step... more
Minneapolis  David Brian Kempston

David Kempston

Minneapolis, MN Workers Compensation
Avvo rating 10.0
Judith's experience guided our journey down a very rough road towards a trial where we were falsely accused and facing... more
Minneapolis  Judith Ann Samson

Judith Samson

Minneapolis, MN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.3
I am very satisfied with the service Mr. Eskola provided to us. We were faced with a probate situation that involved an... more
Minneapolis  Richard S Eskola

Richard Eskola

Minneapolis, MN Probate
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From the very first phone call, Anthony Bushnell was down to earth, and was very thorough and spent the time with me... more
Minneapolis  Anthony William Bushnell

Anthony Bushnell

Minneapolis, MN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Kathryn is very down to earth, yet very professional. She made my divorce process simple, without wasting time, or... more
Minneapolis  Kathryn Marie Lammers

Kathryn Lammers

Minneapolis, MN Family
Avvo rating 9.7
My boyfriend wanted more time with his daughter and child support reduced because of mothers circumstances. Child... more
Minneapolis  Kathryn Marie Lammers

Kathryn Lammers

Minneapolis, MN Family
Avvo rating 9.7
Barbara, is a very down to earth lawyer who listens to client concerns and works hard to accomplish their goals. Some... more
Minneapolis  Barbara Elizabeth Erlandson

Barbara Erlandson

Minneapolis, MN Immigration
Avvo rating 7.4
I never could have imagined I would be in a situation where I would need to seek legal advice in an employment matter.... more
Minneapolis  Phillip Michael Kitzer

Phillip Kitzer

Minneapolis, MN Wrongful Termination
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.