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for: ‘March, 2007’

40 Years of 8th Circuit Jurisprudence: Highlights in the Career of Judge Gerald Heaney

Judge Gerald Heaney’s retirement from the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals last August placed the capstone on his 40 years of service on the appellate court, an era in which his decisions shaped the law governing interstate commerce, public education, freedom of expression, and discrimination, among other matters. The recent retirement of Judge Gerald Heaney of Duluth […]

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Coping with the Couple-Client

Attorneys often encounter couples or groups who present themselves as having common interests in a matter for which they seek representation. The prudent attorney will take care to clarify at the outset who is the client. Failure to do so risks running afoul of the ethics board, and may have additional consequences. The “couple-as-client.” Whether you […]

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