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Wanted to Purchase: Apartment Buildings

10-100 units, Experienced Owner/Investor, Quiet-Confidential Sale, No Commissions Stuart Simek 651-964-2093 or ssimek490@gmail.com

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Attorney Coach / Consultant

Attorney coach/consultant Roy S. Ginsburg provides marketing, practice management and strategic/succession planning services to individual lawyers and firms. www.royginsburg.com, roy@royginsburg.com, (612) 812-4500.

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VALUESOLVE ADR

Efficient. Effective. Affordable. Experienced mediators and arbitrators working with you to fit the procedure to the problem – flat fee mediation to full arbitration hearings. (612) 877-6400 www.ValueSolveADR.org

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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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Freeze-Out Mergers and the New Minnesota LLC Act 

Has the Legislature removed a useful dispute resolution tool for LLCs? The Minnesota Revised Uniform Limited Liability Act that will govern all Minnesota LLCs beginning at the start of 2018 contains sweeping changes, and one of the most dramatic involves the elimination of “freeze-out” mergers. This article discusses options for preserving remedies similar to those afforded by […]

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62Q and you! An esoteric procedural no-fault love story

A recent court decision represents a win for everyone involved in the no-fault insurance system except medical providers who fail to follow their statutory procedural obligations. For the first time, there is Minnesota appellate case law that confirms Minnesota Section 62Q.75, subd. 3 means exactly what it says: If a provider fails to follow the […]

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Pet Heir: Understanding Minnesota’s pet trust statute

I recently took an unscientific poll of a group of lawyers and learned the following: Roughly 50 percent read the labels on their pet’s food (but not necessarily on their own); 45 percent share a bed with their pet; a sheepish 20 percent admitted to identifying as mommy or daddy to their animals; an even more […]

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Everything That Rises Must Converge: Integrating spirituality, law, and politics

The Project for Integrating Spirituality, Law, and Politics (PISLAP)—a 20-year-old informal coalition of reform-minded lawyers and law teachers—is at the forefront of what is being called the “integrative law” movement. The group met in Minneapolis this year to plan a major national conference, which will be held in Washington D.C. in October 2018. Spirituality. Law. Politics. […]

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Notes & Trends – December 2017

CRIMINAL LAW JUDICIAL LAW • Sentencing: Zone of privacy aggravating factor applies to individual who commits murder after being invited into another’s home. Appellant was charged with, among other offenses, second-degree intentional murder, for shooting the victim in the forehead in the victim’s home, after the victim, who was armed with a firearm, made a sudden […]

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Ransomware: To pay or not to pay?

“No matter what you do, you might become a victim. Yet there are very manageable and reasonable ways to prepare yourself for the possibility that it will happen to you or your organization.” I got a great question from a concerned audience member at a recent speaking event: “If I am a victim of ransomware, should I pay […]

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