What if a Bar or Restaurant Defies Gov. Walz’ Executive Order to Close?

On March 16, 2020, Governor Walz issued a series of executive orders shutting down certain businesses throughout the state, including restaurants and bars. Many small businesses cannot afford to shut their doors. This raises the question – what if a business owner decides to ignore Governor Walz and just keeps their bar open?

Sieben Edmunds Miller Featured in Groundbreaking Attorney at Law Issue

Sieben Edmunds Miller Featured as First Law Firm of the Month With each issue of Attorney at Law Magazine comes an opportunity for one attorney to be featured on the magazine’s cover and written about within its pages. But this month the magazine is not featuring an attorney; it’s featuring an entire firm! Sieben Edmunds […]

Samuel Edmunds Receives Attorney of the Year Award at Annual Minnesota Lawyer Dinner

A few months ago, Sieben Edmunds Partner Sam Edmunds was officially named a 2018 Attorney of the Year by Minnesota Lawyer. He was honored at the annual Attorney of the Year dinner on February 13; the event also included a networking hour for the award-winning attorneys to connect before being officially recognized at the awards ceremony.

What if Adrian Peterson was charged in Minnesota?

NFL running back Adrian Peterson was recently indicted on child abuse charges in the state of Texas. Much of the surrounding conversation has centered on the morality of corporal punishment and the amount of discretion parents should or should not have in disciplining their children. But, for the purposes of a criminal trial, a jury […]

Sieben Edmunds Hires Mayor of Lakeville, Matt Little

The law firm of Sieben Edmunds PLLC, located in Mendota Heights, recently hired Matt Little as an attorney.  Little graduated magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School in May of 2014 and serves as the Mayor of Lakeville.  This hire is indicative of the firm's expansion into the area of personal injury […]

Kevin Sieben and Sam Edmunds appear on WCCO’s "Good Question"

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Lawyers for Byron Smith, the Little Falls man accused of killing two teenagers in his home on Thanksgiving 2012, have now asked for a mistrial twice. On Tuesday, the attorneys argued statements made by the prosecutor before the trial began were prejudicial. On Wednesday, Smith’s layers said they hadn’t seen all of […]