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Insurance bad-faith statute is bad joke

Minnesota’s first-party bad-faith statute, enacted by the Legislature in 2008, was intended to sound like a win for policyholders against the perverse conduct of insurance companies. Instead, few lawyers waste their clients’ resources and the court’s time attempting to punish bad-faith conduct.

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How to thrive in ‘new normal’ upheaval

In the current law firm world, everyone, lawyers and staff, is affected by the ongoing transformation in client expectations and legal service delivery. As the legal profession continues to contend with everything from layoffs to fee pressures, upheaval is the “new normal.”

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