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MSBA petitions Court to amend Rules 1.6(b) and 5.5 of the MRPC

The Court has ordered a comment period regarding the MSBA’s petition to amend Rules 1.6(b) and 5.5 of the MN Rules of Professional Conduct. The comment deadline is November 20, with a public hearing scheduled for January 15. The proposed amendments to 1.6(b) provide clarity as to how lawyers may respond to public criticism from […]

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Parliamentarian Meeting Facilitator

Parliamentarian, meeting facilitator. “We go where angels fear to tread. TM”  Thomas Gmeinder, PRP, CPP-T: (651) 291-2685. THOM@gmeinder.name

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Expert Witness Real Estate

Agent standards of care, fiduciary duties, disclosure, damages/lost profit analysis, forensic case analysis, and zoning/land-use issues. Analysis and distillation of complex real estate matters. Excellent credentials and experience. drtommusil@gmail.com (612) 207-7895

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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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September 2018

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Minnesota Revises Its Business Organization Statutes

Here’s what you need to know Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has signed into law revisions to several Minnesota business organization statutes, including the Minnesota Business Corporation Act, the Minnesota Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act, the Uniform Limited Partnership Act of 2001, the Uniform Partnership Act (1994), and the Minnesota Nonprofit Corporation Act. Minnesota Business […]

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Privacy: The Tort That Wasn’t There

Despite a landmark ruling 20 years ago in Lake v. Wal-Mart, Minnesota courts have generally treated privacy issues as none of their business. One score ago, the Minnesota Supreme Court brought forth a new notion, conceived in litigation and dedicated to the proposition that all people in Minnesota are entitled to privacy. The doctrine established 20 […]

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An Unfinished Journey: Miller, Montgomery, and the Changing Face of Juvenile Sentencing Jurisprudence

More than 13 years ago, the United States Supreme Court began a monumental shift in its analysis of juvenile sentencing under the 8th Amendment. Beginning with Roper v. Simmons1 and culminating most recently in Montgomery v. Louisiana,2 the Court through a series of four cases has emphasized that children are constitutionally different from adults with […]

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Notes & Trends – September 2018

EMPLOYMENT & LABOR LAW JUDICIAL LAW • Janus decision; Minnesota impact.As Labor Day 2018 rolls around, the ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court at the end of its 2017-2018 term, in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Mun. Employees, Council 31,is continuing to create waves in Minnesota, one of about two dozen states with […]

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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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