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Spring trust account cleanup

Spring cleaning is something I always aspire to do but never get around to doing. Even so, I enjoy thinking about all of the ways I could and should get my life together each spring, and I usually manage one or two small projects. Although I have written about trust accounts previously, a string of […]

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Social engineering: How cybercriminals capitalize on urgency

Making a request seem urgent clouds the fact that the request violates protocol or the norm.  I was recently approached by a concerned person who wanted me to scrutinize an email received a few days prior. “Does this look like a phishing email? I don’t see any grammatical errors. But it’s asking me to visit this […]

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Anatomy of a subrogation investigation

A successful subrogation action begins long before a complaint is even filed. A well-executed subrogation investigation will increase your chances of success and may even allow your client to recover without resorting to litigation. Before getting into the anatomy of a subrogation investigation, let’s begin with a definition of subrogation. Subrogation is defined as “[t]he substitution […]

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Meet Tom Leighton: ‘An entirely new legal environment’

TOM LEIGHTON is vice president of content acquisition and judicial relations at Thomson Reuters Legal in Eagan, Minnesota. He started at West Publishing in 1989 as a headnote editor and has had a series of interesting and challenging roles in the succeeding 28 years as the company has evolved. He and his wife Jeanette have […]

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In Time for Spring: Bike Law 101

What lawyers should know about the rules of the road and bike-relevant insurance law Springtime is finally around the corner. The melting of snow triggers a typical Minnesotan desire in both young and old to put some air in the tires, find a helmet, and jump on our bicycles for a ride. This makes perfectly good […]

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Attorney Wanted

Alexandria, MN, AV-rated law firm seeks an associate with zero to five years experience to work in its growing general practice. If interested, please send or email cover letter and resume to: Swenson Lervick Law Firm, Attn: Office Manager, 710 Broadway, Alexandria, MN 56308. Email: bak@alexandriamnlaw.com

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Business Associate Attorney

Rinke Noonan, a large outstate AV-rated law firm seeks Associate with 1 – 3 years of experience to practice in the areas of business transactions, estate planning, and complex real estate.  Work, train, and learn with experienced attorneys in a collaborative and professional atmosphere.  Competitive salary, with 100% employer paid family medical and dental.  For […]

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Lateral Associate

Sjoberg & Tebelius, P.A., a six-attorney law firm in Woodbury, Minnesota, is seeking a lateral associate with at least five years’ experience in an area that would enhance the firm’s already well-established estate planning, business planning, tax, real estate, family law, probate, personal injury, and employment practice. This ideal candidate will have a strong academic/professional […]

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Associate Attorney Position

Gammello-Pearson PLLC, a central Minnesota law firm with offices in Baxter and Little Falls, is seeking to hire an associate to practice primarily in family law with involvement in other areas of practice. Compensation is negotiable based upon experience and there is the potential for partnership in our active practice. To apply, please send a […]

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Associate Attorney – Workers’ Compensation

Arthur, Chapman, Kettering, Smetak & Pikala, P.A. is a mid-sized law firm seeking an associate level attorney to join our busy Minnesota and Wisconsin workers’ compensation practice group. We are a team-oriented firm committed to providing our clients with superior legal services. Candidates must have 1-3 years of experience in workers’ compensation, be currently licensed […]

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