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Hello. What court do you have to file a lawsuit in the state

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Hello. What court do you have to file a lawsuit in the state of Minnesota regarding a licensing agreement. The licensing agreement is about Intellectual Property. The agreement is controlled by the laws of the state of Minnesota. Thanks very much in advance.

Thank you for your question.

Generally, where you are filing a lawsuit depends on what kind of relief your are seeking. If you are seeking equitable relief (i.e., an order from the court for the other party to do something, or to refrain from doing something), then you must file the case in district court.

If you are seeking only monetary damages, and those damages are less than $10,000.00, you can file the case in Conciliation Court.

You would need to file the case in the court which is nearest the defendant, or where the licensing agreement was to be performed.

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Based on what you are saying, I believe you would file the case in the District Court.

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