I am still in trial.
(That is good news and bad news at the same time, depending on perspective.)
(Most importantly, that’s no news. Attorney ethics bar communications with jurors during trial, directly or indirectly.)
I did have a moment to note, however, that the attempt by Westfield Insurance Company’s to dodge its insurance coverage obligations by bringing a declaratory judgment action against a defunct builder in the hopes of avoiding obligations to the building owner failed again. I posted about this last December.
In late February, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued its denial of Westfield’s petition for Supreme Court review. Again, congratulations the building owner, represented by Douglas A. Boese of Dunlap & Seeger, P.A. in Rochester, Minnesota.