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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Lawsuits du jour -- Wells Fargo, Rottlund

Some movement on a couple of lawsuits:

Wells Fargo won round I in its noncompete suit against one of its ex-private bankers who went to work for competitor Merrill Lynch. U.S. District Court Judge Michael Davis ordered the banker not to use any of Wells Fargo's client lists he took with him and to return other documents. (Click here for Strib story.)

Rottlund Homes has settled its copyright-infringement suit against Pinnacle Corp., Town & Country Homes of Minnesota and its architectural firm, the Strib also reports. (Click here for Neal St. Anthony's piece.) Discerning readers may recall that Winthrop & Weinstine attorney Thomas Boyd was named a Minnesota Lawyer Attorney of the Year for his successful appellate work in the case. (Boyd got the 8th Circuit to overturn an adverse jury verdict against Rottlund on the $32M lawsuit.)

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