Patrick Goetzinger Discusses Shortage of Rural Attorneys
Patrick Goetzinger, partner with the Gunderson Palmer law firm, was recently featured in the Grand Forks Herald article “Law firms, UND work to combat shortage of rural attorneys."
Healy v. Osborne 2019 SD 56
The South Dakota Supreme Court upheld the trial court’s dismissal based on the statute of limitations and both upheld the trial court’s award of attorney fees and awarded additional attorney fees. In Healy v. Osborne, the plaintiff sued his family and family business in claims related to his interest in the family’s ranch.
New Associate Attorney Rich Williams
Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP is excited to welcome associate attorney, Rich Williams, to the firm! Rich will be focusing his practice primarily on Civil Litigation, Insurance Defense, Governmental Law, Environmental Law, and Administrative Law.
New Associate Attorney Ali Tornow
Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP is excited to welcome associate attorney, Ali Tornow, to the firm! Ali grew up in Rapid City, South Dakota. She graduated from Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska earning her Juris Doctor and finishing in the top 25% of her class. Ali will be practicing in both litigation and transactions, with a specific interest in employment matters and estate planning.
New Associate Attorney Lisa Cagle
Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore, LLP is excited to welcome associate attorney, Lisa Cagle, to the firm! Lisa was born and raised in Bismarck, North Dakota. She attended the University of California Los Angeles where she received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and later earned her Juris Doctor from Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, graduating in the top 10% of her class. Lisa will be focusing her practice primarily on contract, real estate, and employment law.
Temporary Public Water Permits by Attorneys Jason Smiley and Matt Naasz
Gunderson, Palmer, Nelson & Ashmore attorneys Jason Smiley and Matt Naasz writ ethe article "Temporary Public Water Permits." South Dakota law allows for temporary permits for the use of public water. SDCL 46-5-40.1. Temporary permits can be issued for construction, testing or drilling purposes. A temporary permit allows the permittee to use public water on a temporary basis; each temporary permit expires on December 31 of the year in which it was issued.