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Parliamentarian Meeting Facilitator

Parliamentarian, meeting facilitator. “We go where angels fear to tread. TM”  Thomas Gmeinder, PRP, CPP-T: (651) 291-2685. THOM@gmeinder.name

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Florida & Minnesota Licensed Attorney

Naples, Florida-based probate, real estate and estate planning attorney licensed in Minnesota and Florida. Robert W. Groth, PA (239) 593-1444; rob@grothlaw.net

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Expert Witness Real Estate

Agent standards of care, fiduciary duties, disclosure, damages/lost profit analysis, forensic case analysis, and zoning/land-use issues. Analysis and distillation of complex real estate matters. Excellent credentials and experience. drtommusil@gmail.com (612) 207-7895

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Office Space Available

We are looking to rent one of our offices to a fellow attorney. Our modern office is located on the 23rd floor of the 333 Building downtown Minneapolis directly across from the Hennepin County Government Center. Class A building. Wired for Internet, phone, and TV. Dunn Brothers and Mona’s Bar and Restaurant on the skyway […]

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Attorney Wanted

McCollum Crowley, with offices in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Colorado, is seeking a full-time civil litigation attorney with trial experience. Candidate should possess strong client service and communication skills. Portable business will be beneficial to applicant. McCollum Crowley offers a competitive salary, incentives, and benefits. Email resume and cover letter to Vanessa Kahn, Firm Administrator, at […]

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April 2017

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Parsing Minnesota: A history of the original U.S. public land survey system in Minnesota

The Public Land Survey System (PLSS), launched in Ohio in 1785, is the source of all real estate titles. Its measurements are sacrosanct in law, but recovering the original section corners presents a challenge. This article describes how the survey was done and reviews some of the most salient Minnesota case law. When you fly west over […]

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Navigating Minnesota’s New Drug Laws

A guide for criminal law practitioners Minnesota substantially changed its criminal drug laws in 2016. The reforms, designed to better distinguish addicts from dealers, include new offenses and revised sentencing guidelines as well as new aggravating factors and mandatory minimums. For the first time in 27 years, the Minnesota Legislature made significant reforms to the criminal […]

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On Closing a Law Practice

A retiring lawyer’s open letter to younger lawyers on lessons learned the hard way Winding down a law practice is hard work. In this open letter to lawyers who are not yet contemplating retirement, a solo practitioner from Austin, Minnesota describes the process and offers advice to make it less arduous. (Hint: Go paperless now.) Hello: […]

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Arguing at the Appellate Level: A Judicial Clerk’s Perspective

What to do—and not to do—in oral argument Through her experience as a clerk, the author learned that the best appellate attorneys accomplished two goals at oral argument—helping judges reach a well-reasoned decision while at the same time firmly advocating for their clients. This article offers tips to help appellate lawyers achieve both goals. My […]

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