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A hired gun from – of all places — Texas is handling state’s appeal in judicial-election case The state of Minnesota filed its petition for ...

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Snipe hunt Minneapolis attorney Andrew Luger, who is running for Hennepin County attorney, had some revealing comments at a recent meeting with county attorneys. He ...

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And the good sportsmanship award goes to … Bar Buzz offers kudos to Dorsey & Whitney partner Roger Magnuson for being willing to poke a ...

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As good as Gould? Merchant & Gould, one of the Twin Cities’ leading IP firms, recently announced it plans to merge with Welsh & Katz, ...

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An ethics CLE that even Enron could love Most attorneys are lucky if they get a free cookie and a pop when they attend a ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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. ...

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