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Eckberg Lammers, P.C. wins $11.5 Million Verdict for Clients in Polk County Sexual Assault Case

On Friday February 3, 2017, a Madison Wisconsin-based federal jury awarded two Eckberg Lammers clients $11.5 million in damages after finding that Polk County and former jailer, Darryl L. Christensen, violated their U.S. Constitutional Rights when Christensen sexually assaulted them as inmates; a risk that Polk County was deliberately indifferent to when they knew of the risk of sexual assault and…

Who has access to your digital information?

These days, much of the information related to our finances, banking, mortgages, and even health care has migrated from paper to electronic storage. This has caused problems when ‘appointed agents’ need to act on behalf of…

Eckberg Lammers Attorneys Honored as Minnesota Super Lawyers

Five attorneys receive 2016 Super Lawyers Magazine's Super Lawyer, Rising Star designations.

Bank of Hudson Stained Glass Window Donation

Eckberg Lammers Donates Bank of Hudson Stained Glass Window to the St. Croix County (WI) Historical Society

Attorney Tom Lehmann of Eckberg Lammers Recognized for his Pro Bono work in 2015

Both Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (SMRLS) and the Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) Recognize Tom Lehmann for his Pro Bono work in 2015.

Eckberg Lammers Attorney Recognized as a North Star Lawyer for Work in 2015

The Minnesota State Bar Association recognizes Eckberg Lammers Attorney Amanda Schlitz for her Pro Bono Work in 2015

Eckberg Lammers Has Been Nominated and Accepted as 2015 AIOFLA’S 10 Best Law Firm in Minnesota For Client Satisfaction

The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys recognizes Eckberg Lammers P.C. for client satisfaction.

Rebecca Christensen Named to Board of Directors of the TCORCA

Christensen will serve as Director – Prosecution Division.

A few highlights of new Minnesota laws, effective January 1, 2016

Non-Judicial Settlement Agreements

Some individuals may be ‘stuck’ with Irrevocable trusts that no longer meet the intended goals of their trust. Or perhaps the goals themselves no longer make sense in light of changed circumstances.  The new Minnesota Trust Code allows more flexibility for trusts to be altered or terminated by agreement between all current and remainder beneficiaries without…

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