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Office Space

Office space in Roseville at Highway 36 & Lexington Ave. IDEAL office for one attorney plus assistant’s work station. Common areas include reception, large conference room, kitchen, bathrooms – including shower, and patio areas. Ample free parking. WIFI, color printer, copier and phones available. Call John or Brian at 651-636-2600.

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Office Space

SOUTHEAST METRO (494 & Hwy 52) – 1 or 2 offices each 208 sq feet in town office building with established attorneys. Includes broadband internet, Wi-Fi, copier, PDF scanner, kitchenette, conference room, and free parking. Call 612-275-5969.

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Want to Purchase Apt Buildings

Wanted to Purchase: Apartment Buildings 10-100 units, Experienced Owner/Investor, Quiet-Confidential Sale, No Commissions Stuart Simek 651-289-1552 or ssimek490@gmail.com

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November 2018

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MN Unbundled project launches

The Minnesota Unbundled Law Project—a collaboration between the MSBA and the Hennepin and Ramsey County Bar Associations—went live last month at www.MNunbundled.org. Staff from each of the bar organizations worked over the past six months to develop the roster, design a training program, recruit attorneys, and begin promoting the website. The bar associations received funding […]

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New estate tools at mndocs

The MSBA recently added basic estate planning to its document assembly product, mndocs. The market is ripe: 60 percent of adults in the U.S. currently lack a will or living trust. For Millennials that figure jumps to 78 percent without an estate plan. And 93 percent of American households have a net worth of less […]

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The business case for D&I

In September, the MSBA Council approved the Diversity & Inclusion Council’s Statement of Commitment for the Business Case, Value Proposition, and Professional Obligation. (You can read it by visiting www.mnbar.org/diversity.) This document outlines the professional obligation that all attorneys have to advance diversity and inclusion as part of our dedication to equality and the rule of […]

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Unmet legal needs aren’t going away

In the spring of 2018 I was asked to appear in front of the Minnesota Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Rules of Civil Procedure. Our MSBA President, Sonia Miller-Van Oort, was not available, so the task fell to me. The purpose of my appearance was to support the MSBA’s request to amend the rules to […]

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When someone else pays your bill

I love our ethics hotline.1 Not only are we helping lawyers every day to navigate their ethical responsibilities, but oftentimes the questions present themes that make perfect subjects for this column. Lately I’ve answered several calls that involve issues arising because someone else was paying the lawyer’s bill. This can arise in lots of different practice […]

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Don’t forget the inside threat

Judging by the types of breaches we regularly hear about in the news, from the recent Facebook hack to China’s secret implantation of spy chips inside motherboards (which I’ll be discussing in my next article), it would seem that the biggest threats to our digital security are primarily external. Social engineering attacks such as phishing scams […]

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