Larkin Hoffman

  • Blogs

    June 15, 2012

    Bend over, taxpayers: Senate to approve $46,150 payment for Brodkorb-related legal fees

    The Senate is stuck between Rock-korb and a hard place.After June 21, the Larkin Hoffman law firm will begin charging the Senate late fees on a $46,150 tab stemming from work performed through mid-March related to ex-staff Michael Brodkorb's potential defamation and gender discrimination lawsuit. On ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 18, 2012

    Cal Ludeman refusing to disclose publicly funded Brodkorb-related legal fees

    Secretary of the Senate Cal Ludeman has retained an outside attorney to help handle a forthcoming lawsuit from former employee Michael Brodkorb, but won't disclose how much the attorney is being paid for her services.In many cases, because of the attorney-client privilege, Ludeman's nondisclosure wo ... More >>

  • News

    December 3, 1997

    Accounting Day for the Taxman

    Hundreds of taxpayers, many of them small-business owners, are out up to $20,000 each because authorities didn't feel obliged to point out that people were calculating their taxes under an outdated law.

  • News

    October 25, 1995

    Taken For a Ride

    A trail of audits and an internal investigation suggest there may have been millions of dollars worth of loss and theft at the bus company over the years. Dick Lindgren says he found out the hard way that his bosses didn't want to know.