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Dec 27, 2019

Supreme Court Calendar: January 2020

Summaries of upcoming Supreme Court arguments.

Dec 24, 2019

Bar Buzz: Bowman chosen for Tax Court

Jane Bowman has been appointed the Minnesota Tax Court judge, Gov. Tim Walz’s office announced on Dec. 17.

Dec 23, 2019

Bar Buzz: What’s cooking?

In August, 2019, tens of thousands of expensive cooktops manufactured by Whirlpool, Kitchen Aid and Jenn-Air were recalled because they could turn themselves on, obviously a fire hazard.

Dec 20, 2019

Bar Buzz: Mondale Kitchen to open in January

University of Minnesota Law School students have organized to provide a food pantry at Mondale Hall.

Dec 17, 2019

Bar Buzz: Limmer schedules two pre-session gun hearings

Gun safety will finally get heard in a Republican Senate committee on Dec. 19. But it won’t be exactly what Democrats have been clamoring for.

Dec 13, 2019

Bar Buzz: The ball’s in Saul Ewing’s court

This may be one of the best New Year’s resolutions ever.

Dec 10, 2019

Bar Buzz: Bench vacancy

A judgeship has opened in Clearwater County, where 9th District Court Judge Paul E. Rasmussen is retiring.

Dec 6, 2019

Bar Buzz: Court administrators lauded by peers

Four Minnesota Judicial Branch employees from across Minnesota were honored for their professional talents at the recent Minnesota Association for Court Management (MACM) conference.

Dec 2, 2019

Bar Buzz: Final Four at Mitchell Hamline in December

The search committee for a new dean of Mitchell Hamline has selected four finalists who will visit the school in December. Receptions are planned for each candidate.

Nov 29, 2019

Bar Buzz: Leading GOP public safety voice’s new role: ‘breadwinner’

Rep. Nick Zerwas, R-Elk River, a leading Republican voice on public safety and prison reform, will leave the Legislature next month to seek new work

Nov 26, 2019

Bar Buzz: Spot opens on 3rd District bench

The 3rd Judicial District has a judgeship opening, the Commission on Judicial Selection announced Thursday.

Nov 25, 2019

Bar Buzz: Ellison leads charge against non-competes

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, along with 18 of his U.S. counterparts, has petitioned the Federal Trade Commission to start treating employment non-compete contracts as illegal when applied to lower-wage workers.

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