A panel at the University of St. Thomas explored artificial intelligence's impact on intellectual property law.
Legal scholars at the Univerity of Minnesota discussed the cases seeking to bar Donald Trump from the next presidential ballot and speculated about the the likelihood that Trump will appear on the ballot.
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The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that a man barred from having ammunition doesn't need to know whether bullets would fire in order to be convicted.
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The lawsuit accuses the city of failing to take serious action against code violations on the North Side despite tenants’ many complaints of shattered windows, mold, leaky pipes and other grim conditions in rental homes.
A case involving a Chapter 7 debtor ruled on by the 1st Circuit offers the bankruptcy bar a lesson on how to handle such clients, lawyers say.
As AI continues to develop, Taft has partnered with a training firm to teach best practices to lawyers.
A survey shows Minnesota law firms have been downsizing their office footprints for years, and many have joined the trend in the wake of the COVID pandemic.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals recently ordered a new trial for a man sentenced to over a decade in prison for second-degree unintentional murder.
A leading proponent of mandatory civility in the legal academy has just claimed a top prize for his essay on the subject.
The Minnesota Icon Awards recognize individuals who have made lasting impacts on Minnesota’s business and legal communities. These honorees have had lengthy and accomplished careers and are already using their experiences to mentor the next generation.
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