WILKERSON, HEGNA, KAVANAUGH & JOHNSTON
Attorneys at Law
Real Estate • Business • Litigation
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Our attorneys serve clients in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Bloomington to Brooklyn Park, Minnetonka to Maplewood and throughout Minnesota.
Our clients expect creative solutions and higher standards. Clients have consistently returned to Wilkerson, Hegna, Kavanaugh & Johnston, PLLP for business and personal needs because our attorneys are highly skilled in their respective areas of practice.
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The EEOC alleged that Walmart discriminated against an employee because of her disability. Marlo Spaeth, a longtime employee of Walmart with Down syndrome, was allegedly fired by Walmart because she had to change her schedule and had an attendance problem. However, the jury found that she was fired because of her disability. The jury also […]
Recently, Saturday Properties purchased Central High School in Duluth for $7.4 million. It had been on the market for the past seven years. Central High School sits on 76.84 acres. The Duluth School Board approved the sale in hopes that it will have long term benefits for their schools and community. Saturday Properties’ goal is […]
Last May, riots broke out in St. Paul’s Midway causing fire, vandalism, smoke and water damage to businesses in the Midway Shopping Center on University Avenue. Storeowners state that only 10 percent of businesses were heavily damaged, while the other 90 percent of businesses were mostly unscathed. Some tenants are suing Snelling-Midway Redevelopment, LLC (along […]
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