MinnPost has published an interview with Dan Gustafson covering his career and recent pro bono representation of plaintiffs in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program class action. The interview can be read in full at MinnPost.
Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) News has published an article about the December 18 hearing before U.S. District Judge Donovan Frank regarding the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP). At the hearing, Judge Frank heard arguments regarding plaintiffs’ request to appoint a … Continue reading
Politics in Minnesota has published an article summarizing the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) case in which Gustafson Gluek represents a class of MSOP patients. Gustafson Gluek recently filed motions on be half of the class asking that the Court … Continue reading
On Wednesday, Magistrate Judge Arthur Boylan ordered Minnesota Human Services Commissioner Lucinda Jesson to assemble a task force of experts who are to examine the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) and recommend less restrictive treatment alternatives than the state’s current … Continue reading
Following the Court granting class certification to a class of plaintiffs who are patients in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP), the Minneapolis Star Tribune interviewed Dan Gustafson regarding the case. The article also discusses the background of the MSOP … Continue reading
In its latest issue of Bar Talk, the Minnesota Chapter of the Federal Bar Association recognized Gustafson Gluek for accepting the “most notable” case thus far referred by the Pro Se Project in 2012. The case involves involves a potential class … Continue reading