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May/June 2018

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Wide Variety of New Civil Rules Take Effect in July

What you need to know about the new amendments to the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure On March 13, 2018, the Minnesota Supreme Court promulgated amendments to the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure.1 The amendments take effect on July 1, 2018, and are broad in reach, if not necessarily earth-shaking. They change more than 15 rules […]

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Supreme Court’s amendments to MRCP include many proposed by MSBA

A series of amendments to the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure will take effect on July 1, 2018.  Many of the adopted amendments had been proposed by the MSBA.  A number of amendments conform the Minnesota rules to the federal rules of civil procedure, where the federal rules have been working well. The amended rules […]

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MSBA speaks against permanent codification of cameras in the courtroom pilot at Supreme Court hearing

On April 25, MSBA President Sonia Miller-Van Oort and Max Keller, chair of the Criminal Law Section, spoke at the Court’s public hearing to express the MSBA’s opposition to the proposal to permanently codify a pilot project allowing cameras in the courtroom. The MSBA’s two main concerns are that: 1) the small sample size of […]

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