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Full-Time or Part-Time Attorney Positions

The Sayer Law Group, a Midwest regional default services law firm, is seeking qualified, energetic candidates to fill full-time or part-time attorney positions in Minnesota. Must have strong communication and organization skills. Primary responsibilities would be as default foreclosure, bankruptcy and/or collection attorney. Bankruptcy or Foreclosure experience a plus. Travel to court throughout Minnesota required. […]

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Experienced Estate Planning Attorney

JUX Law Firm is looking for an experienced estate planning attorney with his or her own clients and capacity to become a member of our growing business law team in our Minneapolis office. Learn more at jux.law/careers.

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Family Law/Civil Litigation Lawyer

AV-rated mid-sized Minneapolis law firm seeking a lawyer to make a lateral move to assist with Family Law and Civil Litigation matters. Ideal candidates will possess excellent written and oral communication skills, initiative, and drafting ability. We are looking for candidates who will continue to build their practice while acting in a support role for […]

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Debt Collection

COTTRELL LAW FIRM, a general practice firm with an emphasis on debt collection, has been in business for 15 years! We have collected millions of dollars, both small and large debts, for our clients. We are willing to collect on either a flat fee, contingent or hourly fee basis. We look forward to assisting you. […]

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Office space and virtual office

Office space and virtual office services in a community of the nicest high-quality lawyers you could ever meet, in a beautiful office suite with lots of natural light that is a cut above the rest. If your work environment and the people around you are important to you, you should check us out. www.morelawmpls.com or […]

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Why Employees with Noncompetes Need Quicker Access to Courts

An employment law inequity that needs fixing Minnesota case law on noncompetes is very well developed, with a history going back at least 50 years. Our district court judges today do an outstanding job of balancing the harm to the employee with the need to protect the employer’s legitimate business interests. Almost all practitioners in […]

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2017 Legislative Session Review

11th-hour budget gains for legal system highlight MSBA’s year at the Capitol The 2017 Minnesota legislative session was, to borrow a phrase from Yogi Berra, like déjà vu all over again. Gov. Mark Dayton, a DFLer, entered office in 2011 and spent his first year clashing over the state budget with a GOP-controlled House and […]

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MN Legal Ethics, 7th ed is here!

The 7th edition of Bill Wernz’s landmark ethics book, Minnesota Legal Ethics, is now available at the MSBA website—and it’s free to all Minnesota attorneys. Visit www.mnbar.org/ebooks to download your copy. Highlights in this edition include: Social media: a discussion of Lawyers Board Opinion 24 and the limits on an attorney’s right of self-defense against […]

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Effective drafting for employment settlement agreements

Work to eliminate miscommunication up front, and don’t make the agreement more complex or convoluted than necessary What does an employee’s lawyer have in common with an employer’s lawyer? A mutual interest in a concise, effective settlement agreement that will not invite new disputes. In a litigation era where only a small percentage of civil cases proceed to trial […]

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MSBA President 2017-18: Sonia Miller-Van Oort

Engage, Collaborate, Innovate When you ask colleagues and family members to describe Sonia Miller-Van Oort, incoming president of the Minnesota State Bar Association, answers pour out almost before the question is finished: magnetic, visionary, caring, scary-smart, passionate, fun, ego-free, terrific dancer, tireless, grounded in her faith, able to do anything. Those are adults talking, of course, […]

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