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Tveitbakk; County Auditor—Treasurer — Kenneth “Terry” Olson,The case stemmed from Klapmeier’s contention that statements made by former Cirrus CEO Brent Wouters damaged his reputation in the industry and made it difficult for him to raise money for a new venture called Kestrel Aircraft Co. Kestrel has since joined forces with New Mexico-based Eclipse Aerospace to form ONE Aviation Corp. of which Klapmeier now serves as CEOKlapmeier initially enjoyed a major victory in the case with a Hennepin County jury in 2014 awarding him $10 million But the state Court of Appeals soon reversed the verdict and dismissed his claimsCirrus then sought to recover more than $942000 in costs and disbursements it said were incurred during its successful appeal but that amount was contested by Klapmeier The court granted Cirrus payment of $67186333 — the biggest chunk $54258333 coming in fees incurred when the company took a loan to post a $10 million bond ordered by the court as the appeal was ongoingBut the Supreme Court in its decision Wednesday said the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure do not allow for the taxation of borrowing costs incurred by a loan under the circumstances presented by CirrusAssociate Justice Barry Anderson who authored the majority decision said that borrowing costs do not have a "direct relationship" to an appeal because while a court may order a party to post a bond "the party decides how to obtain the money to enable it to do so in light of the party’s individual financial circumstances" "In an era of interlocking corporations wholly owned subsidiaries and complicated financing vehicles" Anderson wrote in an 18-page opinion "it may well prove difficult to trace why an interest expense was incurred how the interest expense was incurred what the interest expense actually was or even whether the expense was actually incurred in the first place"Cirrus general counsel Curtis Landherr responded to the ruling with a written statement noting that Cirrus still stands to receive about $129000 in other costs and disbursements that were left in place"While we are disappointed that the Supreme Court did not affirm the Court of Appeals’ award of the borrowing costs incurred by Cirrus in order to post our appeal bond we are pleased that the Court let stand the other substantial costs awarded to Cirrus" Landherr said "We are glad to have this litigation behind us as we focus on the many exciting things happening in our business"The court’s ruling was not unanimous with Justice David Stras abstaining and Justice Natalie Hudson writing a critical dissentHudson said she would have upheld the full costs reasoning that Cirrus proved the loan to be "necessarily incurred and reasonable" She wrote that her colleagues’ decision was "untethered from reality" and pondered its ramifications on civil litigation"It is increasingly common for parties engaged in complex business litigation to incur significant expenses in obtaining supersedeas bonds as evidenced by the size of the financing costs incurred and awarded in this case any many others" Hudson wrote"By restricting the types of expenses a prevailing party may recover the majority’s holding may discourage high-stakes commercial litigants from pursuing an appeal regardless of the merits of the claim to avoid incurring large appellate costs that are not taxable"The Minnesota Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure generally prohibit from the Supreme Court from even considering a Court of Appeals decision awarding costs and disbursements To provide review of the case the high court granted a "writ of prohibition" which can be utilized to suspend rules only in "extreme cases where the law provides no other adequate remedy"Shue said it was the first time the Supreme Court has ever granted such a writ against the Court of AppealsBut it may be too early to tell if that trend will continueThe Canadian dollar affectionately known as the loonie has been on a steady climb since early May when it hit 73 cents to the US dollar The Canadian currency has for the most part recently stayed above 80 cents to the US dollar where it ended FridayBusinesses in Grand Forks are starting to see more traffic from Canadians at least anecdotally according to local leaders"We’ve seen more Manitoba license plates around since the Canadian dollar’s been back up over 80 cents" said Barry Wilfahrt president and CEO of the Chamber of Grand Forks and East Grand ForksThe loonie was steady at 95 cents to the US dollar from late 2009 to late 2013 At times it was stronger than the US dollar but it began its downward trend in 2014 before hitting 68 cents in January 2016 That was a low that hadn’t been seen since the early 2000sFor the most part the loonie hasn’t risen above 80 cents since mid-2015 prompting many Canadians who typically would shop in Grand Forks to stay home"We are probably coming off the slowest summer we’ve had in 10 years" said Matt Walkowiak owner of the Grand Forks Ground Round restaurant and the Chamber’s board chairman "We’ve been hit hard by the Canadians the last two years but this is by far the worst"Grand Forks’ sales tax revenue to date is about $600000 less than last year in that timeframe and the city’s lodging and hospitality tax revenue through July the recent numbers available is about $40000 down from the same time in 2016 according to city and state documentsGrand Forks International Airport had a stable number of Canadian passengers between 2009 to 2014 with about 40 percent of its patrons coming from north of the border airport Executive Director Ryan Riesinger said That number dropped with the value of the loonie and only about 10 percent to 15 percent of the airport’s passengers came from Canada from early 2016 through this summer"It is something that we watch closely and we have little control over it" he saidWhile small changes do help it takes large changes in the Canadian exchange rate to alter spending behaviors UND economics professor David Flynn said The exchange rate hasn’t seen those large changes this year He said he has noticed fewer Canadian license plates this year compared with last year Canadians tend to come down more often when their currency hits 80 cents to the US dollar Walkowiak said"Our magic number is 85 cents" he said of a benchmark that seems to attract Canadians to North Dakota for shopping tripsThe airport is looking fuller than previous years with more Canadian cars showing up Riesinger said It’s still too early to tell if the event is isolated or a trend"Hopefully it continues to moderate" he said adding the airport will need several months of data to see if a change is occurringIt’s probably too early to say whether more Canadians will continue to come down to Grand Forks to shop in the following months Flynn said The true test will be into the holiday season he added"We’re starting to enter that timeframe as we hit October and we see what’s going on with Canadian retail traffic" he said "I think that will be a bigger test"" Under President Obama,An eye witness to the attack at Westminster in which a police officer was stabbed and the alleged assailant was shot by armed police has offered a harrowing account of how the event unfolded Udeme Wilson Eduo and the PDP National Legal 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