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Woodbury, Minnesota 55125-6551
   

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UNPUBLISHED CIVIL OPINIONS FROM THE MINNESOTA COURT OF APPEALS

John McCarty, et al.,
Respondents,

vs.

Carl Buechler, et al.,
Appellants.

PETERSON, Judge
This appeal is from a judgment that (1) dismisses the parties'
claims and counterclaims, (2) strikes appellants' motion to enforce a
settlement agreement and confirm an arbitration award, and (3) denies
respondents' motion to place the matter on the trial calendar. Because
the district court inappropriately asserted inherent judicial power to
construe a term of the parties' settlement agreement based on its
recollection of the settlement negotiations, rather than on evidence
submitted by the parties, we reverse and remand

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A06-793

Judith A. Hendren,
Relator,

vs.

Allina Medical Group (Corp),
Respondent,

Department of Employment and Economic Development,
Respondent.

SHUMAKER, Judge
Relator challenges the unemployment-law judge's determination
that her employer discharged her for misconduct when she changed
information in her own medical record. Because relator's conduct was a
single incident that did not have a significant adverse impact on her
employer within the meaning of Minn. Stat. ? 268.095, subd. 6(a) (2004),
we reverse.

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A06-496

Dennis L. Goodburn,
Relator,

vs.

Spee Dee Delivery Service,
Respondent,

Department of Employment and Economic Development,
Respondent.

SHUMAKER, Judge
Relator challenges the unemployment-law judge's decision
disqualifying him from receiving unemployment benefits, arguing that the
evidence is insufficient to support the findings that he engaged in
employment misconduct and that the judge made evidentiary and procedural
errors during the hearing. Because the evidence supports the findings
of misconduct, and because the judge did not err during the hearing, we
affirm.

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A06-949


Charles H. Reinhardt, et al.,
Appellants,

Cecil H. Bell,
Appellant,

vs.

Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, London, et al.,
Respondents.

HALBROOKS, Judge
Appellants challenge the district court's decision to grant
respondents' motion for judgment on the pleadings, arguing that the
district court erred (1) because issues of fact exist with regard to
whether appellants were provided with "professional services" by Family
Financial Strategies, Inc. (FFS), and (2) by granting respondents'
motion without oral argument on the motion. Because we conclude that
the district court did not err, we affirm.

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A06-788

Stephanie T. Eaton,
Relator,

vs.

Park and Recreation Board of Minneapolis,
Respondent,

Department of Employment and Economic Development,
Respondent

WORKE, Judge
On certiorari appeal from the unemployment-law judge's decision
that relator was discharged for misconduct and, therefore, disqualified
from receiving unemployment benefits, relator argues that the employer's
witnesses were not truthful and their testimony was contradictory, and
that she had reasonable explanations for various incidents. We affirm.
 

 
 
 

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