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Minnetonka Offices

Rent 280-470 sf offices for $500-$800 / month. Professional, convenient space by Highways 7/101 with receptionist, meeting rooms. Internet, secretarial support, furnishings also available. Perfect for the solo practitioner or can combine. Join established, independent attorneys. Call (952) 474-4406. www.minnetonkaoffices.com  

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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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MSBA Goes to Washington

MSBA delegates went to Washington DC for ABA Day to support funding for Legal Services Corporation and the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. Our delegates met with Minnesota senators and representatives. Shown here with Senator Amy Klobuchar are Michael Miller, Cara Lee Neville, MSBA President-Elect Paul Godfrey, past President Michael Unger, and President Sonia Miller-Van […]

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April 2018

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Notes & Trends – April 2018

COMMERCIAL AND CONSUMER LAW JUDICIAL LAW • When does the clock run and who has what rights? In Trebelhorn v. Agrawal, 94 U.C.C. Rep. Serv. 2d 241, 2017 WL 5560063 (Minn. Ct. App. 2018), the court had to decide whether the statute of limitations in Uniform Commercial Code Article 2, which applies to sales of goods (§ 2-725), […]

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‘All of a sudden it was like, Holy Cow’—The opioid epidemic is ravaging northeastern Minnesota—and its legal system

Duluth’s heroin problem started with prescription opioids—pain pills. In the first decade of the new century, St. Louis County didn’t record a single heroin overdose. Beginning in 2011, the heroin deaths began to mount and have remained in the double digits every year since. The epidemic levels of opioid abuse have created a state of perpetual crisis in drug courts and […]

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First, Do No Harm: The intersection of opioids and the courts

The growing number of opioid users entering the legal system poses many challenges for courts, not least in the area of devising pretrial release protocols that minimize the danger of death by overdose. This article, written in consultation with a physician specializing in the treatment of addiction, spells out factors to consider when courts face […]

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The Quality of Mercy

Why I asked for leniency at the sentencing of the drug dealer who sold my son Max a fatal dose “In my younger and more vulnerable years my father gave me some advice that I’ve been turning over in my mind ever since. ‘Whenever you feel like criticizing any one,’ he told me, ‘just remember that […]

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Bars’ joint low-fee project expands

The Statewide Low Fee Family Law Project, a collaboration between the Minnesota State Bar Association and the Hennepin County Bar Association Lawyer Referral and Information Service, serves clients who are not financially eligible for pro bono legal services, yet cannot afford the market rate services of a private attorney. In order to qualify for services, […]

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Life sentences for juveniles reconsidered

In February members of the Commission on Juvenile Sentencing for Heinous Crimes testified before a Minnesota House of Representatives committee on the unconstitutionality of portions of Minnesota’s Heinous Crimes Act. Minnesota is one of just eight states with laws that fail to comply with Miller v. Alabama, in which the U.S. Supreme Court held that […]

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