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By fiebigerste51715443, Mar 8 2020 05:19PM
On January 28, 2020 the Hennepin County District Court, Probate Court Division, issued an Order denying a petition for guardianship in a contested case in which Stephen Fiebiger represented the proposed Ward as court-appointed attorney. The case was tried in November, 2019, after the Court granted Fiebiger’s motion for a new trial following a previous trial in March and Order appointing a temporary limited guardian of April 23, 2019. The case is In re Guardianship of Roscious Woods, Court File No. 27-GC-PR-19-92.
By fiebigerste51715443, Oct 4 2019 03:21AM
My law office moved down the street to 3000 West County Road 42, Suite 310, Burnsville, MN on October 1. We're at the corner of West County Road 42 and Southcross in the former Klein Bank Building with free parking. I look forward to serving clients from my new location.
By fiebigerste51715443, Jul 2 2019 10:08PM
On June 27, 2019 Governor Tim Walz re-appointed Stephen C. Fiebiger to the state Merit System Council. The three-member panel hears personnel appeals, sets policy for administration of examinations, reviews classification and compensation plans and proposed rule changes. Fiebiger's term begins July 2, 2019 and ends January 3, 2022. Fiebiger was previously appointed to the Merit System Council by Governor Mark Dayton.
By fiebigerste51715443, Mar 31 2018 03:47AM
Steve Fiebiger was among a select group of lawyers, judges, and law professors re-appointed to the Minnesota Supreme Court Advisory Committee on the Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure this week by an Order issued by the Chief Justice. The committee advises the Supreme Court on proposed amendments and rule changes for civil appeals. Fiebiger, who practices civil litigation, including trials and appeals, handles appeals before the Minnesota Court of Appeals and Supreme Court. He was re-appointed until the end of 2020.
By fiebigerste51715443, Mar 17 2018 04:12PM
On Tuesday, March 13, 2018, I was pleased to moderate a distingushed panel of four lawyers at the MN Chapter of the National Employment Lawyer's Association's continuing legal education lunch program on appellate practice in employment law cases held in Minneapolis. The program focused on strategies for effectively writing appellate briefs, presenting oral aruments, and participating as amicus curiae in employment law appeals. The body of employment law affecting employees and employers is often shaped by our appellate courts and presenting sound positions and arguments on appeal can often mean the difference in estabishing good law or bad law affecting the rights of workers in Minnesota.