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Kari received a B.A. from North Dakota State University, Fargo. She earned her J.D. from the University of Montana School of Law. Kari is admitted to practice law in...
He graduated from the University...
He owns and operates The Jensen Litigation Firm, PLLC, which has offices in Shakopee and Litchfield, Minnesota. The firm focuses on litigation that involves business, real estate, banking-lending, and construction disputes.
His mission is to provide clients with outstanding litigation services at a reasonable cost. He enjoys building relationships...
Working with and helping clients is the most rewarding aspect of my job. I enjoy coming to the office to work with great people who are doing their best to overcome the greatest obstacles this...
Licensed in both Utah and Nevada, Mr. Jensen has assisted clients on a wide range of natural resource transactions, administrative proceedings, litigation, appeals, and legislative lobbying. Specifically, Mr. Jensen has advised clients in regards to water rights, mineral title, mining permits, geothermal energy issues, oil and gas development, stream alteration, section 404 wetland permits,...
In 2011, Sarah graduated law school from the University of Dayton. She participated in Phi Alpha Delta, the...
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