• December 14, 2010

Perhaps on some level it is gratifying for a district court to be “vindicated” by the U.S. Supreme Court after reversal by the intermediate appellate court?

This past week, U.S. District Court Judge Donovan W. Frank (D. Minn.) reinstated his 2007 ruling in the Gallus v. Ameriprise case in light of Jones v. Harris Associates L.P., 130 S. Ct. 1418 (2010) and that case’s overruling of the earlier Eighth Circuit’s reversal of Judge Frank.  (Previous Minnesota Litigator coverage and description of the issues is here.)

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