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Part Time Contract Attorney

Small firm with Minneapolis and Chicago offices seeks part time contract attorney with 5+ years of experience to assist with corporate, employment and general business transactions. The firm serves as outside general counsel to a wide range of businesses and entrepreneurs. Candidates with experience handling buy-sell agreements, business formation, corporate governance and private securities offerings […]

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Trust & Estate Planning and Business Succession Planning Opportunity

Eau Claire, WI If you possess strong leadership skills, excellent writing and oral communication skills, strong social skills, a desire to be part of a thriving community, and a proven record of building client relationships, you are the individual Ruder Ware is looking for. The ideal candidate also must be comfortable working as a team […]

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Trial Attorney IV

The Trial Attorney IV is located in Nationwide’s Trial Division Office in Bloomington, MN and will be responsible for managing a caseload of commercial and personal insurance defense cases, primarily Workers Compensation and PIP matters. Requires a seasoned insurance defense attorney with at least ten years in civil litigation, trial experience and/or agency hearing representation […]

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Trust Representative / Senior Trust Representative

Company: Securian Financial Group Overview: Fulfill the trust company’s administrative and investment duties/responsibilities to accounts assigned while delivering professional, personalized service. Develop and strengthen relationships with clients and beneficiaries, their family members and professional advisors, centers of influence, financial advisors, and Securian associates. Focus is in the areas of personal trusts, charitable trusts, and agencies. […]

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November 2017

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Goodbye to All That: Thoughts on turning 67 and knowing when to quit

The time comes when we should hang it up. Some of us recognize it and go gracefully. Some don’t. I tried two cases with 80-year-old attorneys. In the first, we were local counsel in an employment case between our client, an officer of a student-testing company, and her boss. The issue was whether she quit or was fired. The answer […]

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How Law Firms Can Prepare for Partner Retirement

Facing the realities of an aging partner population It’s no secret that the legal profession is aging. In fact, nearly half of the partners in the nation’s top law firms are baby boomers or members of the older “silent generation,”1 and the same is true in the Twin Cities. Major, Lindsey & Africa’s 2016 Partner […]

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Succession Planning for Small Law Firm Owners: The Associate Buyout

Looking ahead to retirement? Sometimes the answer is already close at hand Small firm owners planning ahead for retirement would do well to consider whether any of the firm’s current associates could fit into their succession planning. This article dispels some common concerns about that approach and suggests a three-stage process for exploring and executing an […]

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Getting the most out of local counsel

If you have ever litigated a case in a jurisdiction where you are not admitted, you have probably been confronted with a local court rule requiring you to associate with local counsel. No doubt, you have also heard (or made) the oft-repeated joke that such rules are nothing more than “full employment acts” for the […]

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Is your firm complying with the Minnesota Professional Firms Act?

Did you know that a legal entity cannot engage in the practice of law in Minnesota unless it is organized under the Minnesota Professional Firms Act (MPFA)?1 Did you know that no firm can provide legal services in Minnesota unless that firm has invoked the requirement of the act and filed certain documents with the […]

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