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  • Anatomy of a Minnesota Lawsuit: Let There Be Claims and There Were Claims and the Claims Were Good
    Anatomy of a Minnesota Lawsuit: Let There Be Claims and There Were Claims and the Claims Were Good

    In our last blog post – Anatomy of a MN Lawsuit: In the Beginning There Was a Complaint – we discussed what comes first in a typical lawsuit, how the facts alleged in the Complaint are made, and the ...

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  • The Neverending Battle
    The Neverending Battle

    New amendments have been proposed again to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Once again, the proposals have the goal of limiting discovery and the burden and expense that goes along with it. As ...

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  • Subpoena Blues . . . Continued
    Subpoena Blues . . . Continued

    Just the facts please . . . So, did you called your attorney? No, not yet? But you will? Okay. I guess, I’ll answer a few questions for you first. But only about what your attorney will need from you ...

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  • In Minnesota, June 2014 is:
    In Minnesota, June 2014 is: "File Your Hip Pocket Service Cases Month"

    Ring, Ring, “Law Office.” Hello. Yeah, uh, this is probably a stupid question, but, um, I got some legal papers here, someone gave ’em to m e, but, they got my name on there, but, there’s no court ...

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  • Stop Making Sense!
    Stop Making Sense!

    See Video to understand blog: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4k13LmlcUE What is this? A Pol with a real apology? He’s reading it, but it sounds heartfelt. I giveth thee the benefit of my doubt, ...

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