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Eckberg Lammers, P.C. Appointed for Prosecution Services for the City of Ramsey, MN

STILLWATER MN; DECEMBER 15, 2017: On Tuesday evening, the Ramsey City Council appointed Eckberg Lammers, P.C. law firm to perform municipal prosecution services to the City of Ramsey.

Eckberg Lammers was selected based on their ability to perform prosecution work for the services requested, quality of firm’s resources,…

Robbinsdale City Council Votes to Contract with the Eckberg Lammers Prosecution Group

ROBBINSDALE MN: On November 7, 2017, the Robbinsdale City Council voted to contract with the Eckberg Lammers Prosecution group. We are honored to partner with the City of Robbinsdale to provide prosecution services and look…

Jordan Feis Joins Eckberg Lammers, P.C.

New attorney deepens the firm’s Family Law and Personal Injury practice groups.

Why Minnesota Mortgages Contain Maturity Dates

With many Wisconsin institutions extending credit into the Twin Cities, we have received questions regarding Minnesota mortgages. Unlike Wisconsin, most Minnesota mortgages contain maturity dates. Lenders are questioning why Minnesota mortgages contain maturity dates, what the purpose of the mortgage maturity date might be, and how extensions of these maturity dates should be addressed.

Maturity…

Mark Vierling Named as Three Years AIOFLA’S 10 Best in Minnesota For Client Satisfaction


PRESS RELEASE DISTRIBUTED BY AIOFLA, SEPTEMBER, 2017

The American…

Attorney Amanda Schlitz Helping Bring Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE) Program to Minnesota

Eckberg Lammers, P.C. attorney Amanda Schlitz has the honor of working with a distinguished group of colleagues from the Bankruptcy Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association to start a Credit Abuse Resistance Education…

Ask Your Prosecutor – Case Law Update - September 13,2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

On September 13, 2017, the Minnesota Supreme Court released its opinion in State of Minnesota vs. Robin Lyne Hensel, A15-0005 (filed September 13, 2017). The Court held that Minnesota Statute §609.72, subdivision 1(2), which makes it a crime to "disturb public meetings or assemblies," is unconstitutionally overbroad under the First Amendment…

Tom Weidner Selected to America’s Top 100 Attorneys List

Receives Lifetime Achievement Honor

Andy Pratt Appointed New City Attorney for White Bear Lake

Eckberg Lammers, P.C. selected to represent the City as Civil Municipal Attorneys

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