Recent Articles from Marshall H. Tanick
In addition to the hints at what’s coming, the oral argument in the challenges to the Biden administration's loan forgiveness program was also revelatory in several ways beyond the validity of the big Biden bailout.
A unique measure enacted recently in Iowa providing parents public funding to send their children to private schools, including parochial ones, owed much to its neighbor to the north: Minnesota. It comes in the 40th anniversary of a pair of tax tussles that reached rival results before the U.S. Supreme Court.
As the current version of the Saints heads into its fourth decade, it draws upon a long lore of baseball litigation in this state.
This is a year of anniversaries of major legal doctrines creating new rights for individuals, particularly here in Minnesota.
The amendment is in limbo nationally, but that doesn't impede its progression toward potential state-level adoption as an amendment to the Minnesota Constitution.
As those of Irish descent and many others celebrate St. Patrick's Day, here’s a look at some of the cases affecting the Irish and their heritage here.
The Biden administration's probable ban on noncompete agreements in workplaces will precede inevitable litigation, which may well last for years with an outcome that will have substantial impact here in Minnesota.
The practice of gerrymandering is not unknown in Minnesota, but the past election cycle went smoothly and, for the first time in years, without a challenge through the judicial system, which had been prevalent for the past century.
The relative paucity of attorneys in the White House and practically none in the governor’s mansion in St. Paul does not mean that lawyers have not tried to reach those abodes.
The anniversary provides an occasion to review the rise, evolution, devolution, and descent of intentional infliction of emotional distress in this state.
The unfolding legal developments zeroing in in the 45th president lead to questions about his current third run for the White House and whether he could become president again.
Federal and state appellate courts in Minnesota occasionally find themselves in a predicament similar to Bill Murray's character in "Groundhog Day," reviewing the same case on multiple occasions.
- Courtroom outbursts justified exclusion of mother from parental rights trial
- LGBTQ+ group sues over Iowa book, discussion bans
- Justices uphold business tax bill
- Court to weigh social media and First Amendment
- Federal court rules brokerage firm breached 1994 contract
- Court denies revocation of adoption
- UnitedHealth suit alleges faulty AI led to denied claims
- Judge asked to block part of a North Dakota abortion law