- Bloomgren Hanson Legal is located in Hopkins, Minnesota but provides legal services to clients in the seven county metro area and is willing to travel to outstate Minnesota for its clients. The attorneys of Bloomgren Hanson Legal provide legal services to clients in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Hopkins, Excelsior, Chanhassen, Chaska, Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, St. Louis Park, Waconia, Watertown, Winsted, Buffalo, Shakopee, Belle Plaine, Bloomington, Anoka, and Mayer. We also represent clients in the courts of Hennepin County, Carver County, McLeod County, Wright County, Scott County, Anoka County and Meeker County and in Minnesota Federal District Court.
Category Archives: Funny Legal Bits
The main idea behind these articles is to provide normal folks information about law that is applicable to them. Through an NPR article today, I learned of a blog that takes this concept to a whole new level and provides … Continue reading
This week I’ve read no more than four articles reviewing/flaming/praising Amy Chua’s new book, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. One of many conversations with the author can be found here. For the few of you in dark, Ms. Chua’s premise is that the … Continue reading
Courtesy former law school classmate, Kimberly Larson, and in honor of dear friend, Marie O’Leary, I bring you an article from the Grand Forks Herald about a real kangaroo in court. Click Here to read the entire story. I previously posted … Continue reading
I like litigating complicated, sometimes strange legal battles, but this one takes the cake. Have you read about the lawsuit over Ansel Adams’s alleged negatives? Wow. I have to say, I am happy not to be on either side of … Continue reading
Perhaps this should be filed under potentially distrubing legal bits, but yesterday’s New York Times had an article entitled Extreme Makeover: Criminal Edition. I mostly cite the article for human interest and shock value, but the real purpose of my … Continue reading
Held: a police officer’s act of pulling up a person’s excessively saggy pants during a constitutionally justified investigative stop is not a search requiring additional justification. “She hoisted his pants presumably to conceal rather than reveal.” State v. Wiggins (Minn. … Continue reading