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Favorable Ruling from the Minnesota Supreme Court in Staab v. Diocese of St. Cloud

| Sep 26, 2012 | Other News |



Quinlivan & Hughes attorneys Michael D. LaFountaineDyan Ebert, and Laura Moehrle recently received a favorable ruling from the Minnesota Supreme Court in Staab v. Diocese of St. Cloud. The decision, handed down by the Supreme Court on April 18, 2012, holds that a tortfeasor who is 50% or less at fault pays only that percentage-even if the remaining fault was placed on a tortfeasor who was not a party to the action. This is a landmark decision which supports the principle that defendants should only be liable for their own fault and should not be required to pay percentages of fault attributable to others.

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