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Sprenger and Lang dials ‘M’ for marketing (Hollywood style) The law firm of Sprenger and Lang has been much in the news lately with the release of “North Country,” a movie that chronicles the sexual-harassment class action brought by female ...

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The high court’s not been half Anderson since we don’t remember Sven With Minnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice Kathleen Blatz’s decision to step down from her seat on the high court next January, the balance of the court tips in ...

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The buck stops here Oh, deer! In a story last week about a $4.8 million verdict involving an advertising dispute between two hunting-products companies, we included a picture of a buck to illustrate the story. Or so we thought … ...

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Have gavel, will travel Most federal court judges in St. Paul are being only temporarily inconvenienced as a result of the massive renovation of the city’s federal courthouse. But the project has had permanent ramifications for U.S. District Court Judge ...

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Justice Roberts’ Soule source of support Minneapolis attorney George Soule has had a busy couple of weeks assisting with two very different kinds of candidacies. On the national level, Soule’s former law school chum John Roberts is currently up for ...

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Fear not hurricane-surviving attorneys! You get a free Web listing! Wal-Mart recently announced it is giving $17 million to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. Target at last count was giving more than $1 million to aid in the effort. Donations ...

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Law faculties have more donkeys than elephants Bar Buzz was shocked, shocked to hear that most University of Minnesota law professors who gave money to political campaigns donated to liberal causes, according to a recent survey. Well, OK, maybe not ...

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Justice Paul Anderson: Has new hip, will travel It should come as no surprise to anyone in the legal community that a mere hip replacement couldn’t keep Supreme Court Justice Paul Anderson away from the action for very long. The ...

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It may be a nuisance, but at least it’s attractive For the third straight year, Minnesota lawyers who long to be rock stars will pick up their musical instruments and jam for charity. The 3rd annual Attractive Nuisance Tour, which ...

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MTLA executive director shows a hint of ESP Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association executive director Dick Martin says he learned a little something about divine intervention during his recent trip to the hospital. Martin, who has suffered from coronary artery disease ...

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