The last few months have been challenging ones for overtime pay claimants.
Unlike other types of fees paid in advance of the services rendered, these flat fees do not have to be held in a trust account until they are earned.
We can take a couple of lessons from fantasy football.
The Minnesota Urban Debate League tackles the achievement gap at the competitive Policy Debate Tournament.
A contract is a monument for the ages that may become the kernel of future deals between the parties; it does not persuade, it commands.
A recent Minnesota Supreme Court decision demonstrates one of those times when judges feel so strongly about things that they want to tell the world why they did what they did.
Common law doctrines can, in some personal injury cases, enlarge the recovery of damages and negate damages altogether in others.
A Minnesota Supreme Court decision means that MUFTA is something to be aware of in situations where one of the parties is facing a significant creditor.
Face it: The two-space rule is obsolete.
There’s a million little things to do, but they are crowded out by the big things, and when you’re a solo practitioner, you don’t get to delegate the little things.
The Supreme Court, in numerous lawyer disciplinary decisions, has emphasized the importance of telling the truth as a fundamental character trait for lawyers.
The core defamation case on appeal typically boils down to one of maintainability of the suit in light of the many restrictions imposed on these claims for harm to reputation; but not always.
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- Court to weigh social media and First Amendment
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- Court denies revocation of adoption
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