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MSBA Section Services Manager

The Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) is a voluntary statewide professional association for attorneys and other law-related professionals and has an opportunity for an individual interested in fulfilling responsibilities as a Section Services Manager.  MSBA sections are primarily focused on substantive areas of law and members elect to join one or more sections as a […]

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Attorney Wanted

MUNDAHL LAW, PLLC, is seeking an experienced attorney. We have excellent support staff to take care of administrative tasks while allowing attorneys to focus on their passion. We are looking for the right attorney with 5+ years’ experience and a partial book of business in family law or complimentary practice. Please email resume, references, and […]

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Debt Collection

COTTRELL LAW FIRM, a general practice firm with an emphasis on debt collection, has been in business for 15 years! We have collected millions of dollars, both small and large debts, for our clients. We are willing to collect on either a flat fee, contingent or hourly fee basis. We look forward to assisting you. […]

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Staff Attorney Position – Real Estate

MULTIFAMILY AND COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FINANCE ATTORNEY WANTED – Staff Attorney position – real estate Moss & Barnett, A Professional Association, seeks a licensed attorney to join its real estate practice group as a staff attorney. This position will have an emphasis in multifamily and commercial real estate finance. Preferred candidates will have a minimum […]

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Judicial District Administrator

The Fourth Judicial District, located in Minneapolis, Minnesota is seeking a dynamic and effective Judicial District Administrator (“JDA”) to direct the administrative and management activities of the judicial district. The JDA exercises considerable independent judgment, initiative and discretion in work methods and styles to implement judicial district policies, and plays a critical role in directing […]

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Are Title Company Kickbacks Harming Your Clients?

Cozy relationships between title companies and brokers create problems for consumers Recent enforcement actions by the Minnesota Department of Commerce have underscored both the prevalence of real estate title insurance kickbacks and the inadequacy of the available enforcement mechanisms. In this article, the author explores the problem and suggests that litigation over breach of fiduciary duty could […]

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Litigating Sports Concussions: What you need to know about the science and the law

Advances in medicine, combined with a flurry of headlines about professional sports litigation, have raised awareness of the problem of concussions. But although rapid advancements in medicine and the evolution of the law are making these claims easier to pursue, litigating such claims remains difficult. Attorneys asserting claims on behalf of concussed athletes need to […]

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Happy Birthday, Whistleblowers

As Minnesota law turns 30, here’s what you need to know This year marks the 30th anniversary of whistleblower law as a fixture of the Minnesota legal landscape. It’s an apt time to consider 30 aspects of the law that litigants and their lawyers face in dealing with whistleblowing matters. It’s been 30 years since […]

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Ethical Considerations in Working with Aging Clients

Issues can surface with new and longtime clients alike In the March 2017 issue of Bench & Bar, readers learned from Courtney Sebo’s article “Try to Remember: Estate Planning for Clients with Dementia” about how a client’s diminished capacity can confound estate planning. In addition to complicating the underlying legal services, a client’s diminished capacity […]

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How do Minnesota’s attorney discipline numbers compare?

Benchmarking is popular in business. I have found, however, that it is a challenge to benchmark attorney regulation systems given the differing approaches to attorney discipline and regulation among the states. Even though no two systems are identical, it is interesting to look at how different states approach attorney regulation, and to compare how many […]

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