FBS Defense Secures Tremendous Verdict

Fisher Bren & Sheridan congratulates Brian Steffes, Ryan Gott and John Thomas for securing a tremendous verdict in defense of our civil engineer client, after a week-long jury trial in Federal Court in Bismarck, North Dakota. Plaintiff is a senior living apartment building owner, who alleged its building suffered flooding, among other issues. Plaintiff claimed […]

Super Lawyers & Rising Stars 2022

Fisher Bren & Sheridan is very proud to announce that six of our firm’s attorneys have been recognized, for another consecutive year, as 2022 Minnesota Super Lawyers & Rising Stars. Super Lawyers is a rating service that highlights outstanding lawyers who have attained high levels of peer recognition and professional achievement. Please join us in […]

Fisher Bren Sheridan Attorneys Win Defense Verdict

Fisher, Bren & Sheridan is proud to announce that following a recent week-long jury trial, Amy Sieben and Brian Steffes obtained a defense verdict of no liability for our Property Owner (Landlord) and Property Manager client.  Our client was sued in a workers’ compensation subrogation action wherein the workers’ compensation carrier Plaintiff attempted to recoup […]

Summary Judgment Win!

Steve Sheridan, Jennifer Olson, and Olivia Moe won summary judgment for a general contractor in a personal injury lawsuit arising out of the plaintiff’s allegations that he contracted a severe gastrointestinal illness caused by exposure to infectious bacteria from poultry while he was working on a construction project at a poultry processing plant.  The plaintiff […]

Appeal Argued In Wrongful Death Case

On December 19, 2019, FBS attorneys Corey Quinton and Tyler Carlson argued an appeal involving the Sadek v Weber, et al case to the North Dakota Supreme Court.  The Sadek case involved the disappearance and death of a collage student who was found in the Reid River with a bullet wound to his head.  Prior […]

Summary Judgment Win!

Gerald Bren, Jennifer Olson, and Dan Berlinger secured a summary judgement win in Minnesota’s Tenth Judicial District, on behalf of a retail store.  The case involved plaintiff’s claim that she sustained personal injury after allegedly slipping (she did not fall) on a slippery, slimy substance on the floor.  Judge Strand found summary judgment appropriate, because […]

FBS Attorneys Succeed on Summary Judgment in Wrongful Death Case

On May 1, 2014, college student Andrew Sadek was seen leaving his dorm in the early morning hours. On June 27, 2014, his body was found in the Red River with a bullet wound to the head.  Prior to his disappearance, Mr. Sadek had been acting as a confidential informant for a drug task force […]