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April 2010

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An Association in Balance: Who We Are

Boozhoo Niijii; Gdinimikoon. Hello, Friend; I greet you in a good way. The traditional Ojibwe/Anishinaabe view of the journey through life requires learning the necessary life skills to serve the practical needs of oneself as well as those of the community (Giikinoo’ amaadiwin) and involves ongoing efforts to enhance and grow in spiritual ways—to seek wisdom […]

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The Minnesota False Claims Act: Is It Minnesota Nice?

Minnesota’s False Claims Act, which will take effect July 1, 2010, differs from its federal and other state counterparts in several key respects that may have a chilling effect on qui tam actions in this state.  Whether it’s “Minnesota nice” or an effective deterrent against fraud remains to be seen. On May 16, 2009, Minnesota […]

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Expanding Your Reach: Engaging Other Attorneys’ Help & Expertise

Cocounsel and contract attorneys can be a great help when you are overloaded or a case comes through the door that puts you outside your “comfort zone.”  But different arrangements have different strengths and clarifying the relationship at the outset always makes sense. Imagine yourself sitting at your desk unable to focus well on any […]

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Play Ball: 50 Years of Twins Litigation Lore

The opening of a new stadium and the onset of the sixth decade of Twins baseball in Minnesota provides the occasion to reflect on some highlights and occasional lowlights of Twins litigation lore.

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Succession Planning & Trusteeships

Is it just me, or was it only yesterday that we were worrying about and then celebrating New Year’s Day 2000? I’ve been told that as I get older, time supposedly “speeds up.” Well, that last decade sure went by quickly. And now we have to worry about 2012! I guess the point is how […]

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