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Office Space

LEASE: Modern, Class A Office directly across the street from the HCGC.  Office is 19’ by 10’.  We are on the 23rd floor of the 333 Building “SPS Tower” in downtown Minneapolis. Wired for Internet, phone, and TV.  Dunn Brothers and Tavern 333 (Bar/Restaurant) in building.  Includes use of conference room, copy machine, fax machine, […]

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Attorney Wanted

Senior Litigation Attorney – Fafinski Mark & Johnson is seeking a senior litigator with at least 10-15 years of experience to work in the areas of general business litigation, unfair competition and employment law. Attorneys already approved by insurers as panel counsel to work on EPL claims would be a plus. Candidates with an established […]

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Office Space

Great view, location and amenities. Join a collaborative group of experienced lawyers with varied practices on the top floor of the historic Minneapolis Grain Exchange overlooking the United States Court House and City Hall. Kitchen, coffee, wifi, conference rooms and health club all included. Plus tunnels that connect to court houses. Dave Burns (612) 677-8351 […]

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Attorney 1 MN Department of Revenue

The Minnesota Department of Revenue is seeking an Attorney 1 position. This position provides legal counsel to the Individual Income Tax and Withholding Tax Division and Corporate Franchise Tax Division of the Department of Revenue. The position involves representing the department before the Office of Administrative Hearings, in court, and handling other litigation matters. It […]

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Meet the candidates: Minnesota Attorney General

Ellison, Wardlow discuss their records, views, and priorities Following Minnesota’s August 14 primary election, MSBA Access to Justice Director Sherri Knuth sent seven questions to the major party nominees for Attorney General of Minnesota, U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison (DFL) and former Minnesota state Rep. Doug Wardlow (R). We present their unabridged responses here. The MSBA […]

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Student writing competition

The MSBA Construction Law Section is inviting 2Ls and 3Ls who are thinking about membership in the MSBA to showcase their writing skills and compete for one of two cash prizes: $1,000 for the winning entry and $500 for second place! Entrants must submit a paper of 1,000 words or less on the subject of […]

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MSBA Tech Month updates

October is Tech Month at the MSBA. In addition to our annual TECHstar conference on Friday the 19th, we will again be presenting a month’s worth of free or low-cost technology CLEs and webinars. Visit www.mnbar.org/techstar for details on the conference as well as the month’s tech CLEs. We’re also happy to announce the following tech product and […]

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Confidentiality Rules in the Age of Social Media

A historical perspective When, if ever, may a lawyer disclose confidential information, outside a legal proceeding, to defend against a client’s public accusation of serious misconduct? “Never” and “almost never” are the answers proposed, respectively, by the Lawyers Board and the Minnesota State Bar Association. The MSBA answer has taken the form of a petition […]

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