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for: ‘June, 2007’

Doocing the Blogzilla: Managing Workplace E-Communications

New forms of electronic communications pose unique challenges for those seeking to determine appropriate bounds for communications at and about the workplace. Clear and concise policies saying what is and is not permissible can help all parties avoid situations where it’s necessary to “dooce the Blogzilla.” Your client is very agitated … a late-night, impromptu Google search has led […]

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Lay Leaves Lasting Legacy

Within the last year not one, but two Minnesota jurists have stepped down after long service and significant contributions to the jurisprudence of the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals. Here we remember and salute the contributions of the late Judge Donald Lay. The death on April 29th of 8th Circuit Judge Donald Lay marked the conclusion […]

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New Turns in the Maze: Finding Your Way in the New Civil Rules

Newly promulgated changes to the Rules of Civil Procedure take effect July 1, including provisions on computation of time, subpoenas to nonparties, and electronic discovery procedures. Is Columbus Day a “legal holiday” for the purposes of computing time under Rule 6 of the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure? Can I get a subpoena from a Minnesota court […]

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