• Rachael R Presler
    Releasing Unknown Claims And The Secret Ingredient!

    By Rachael R. Presler Minnesota law encourages the settlement of litigation. See Jallen v. Agre, 119 N.W.2d 739, 743 (Minn. 1963). Considering settlement options and having frank discussions with clients about the benefits of settlement occurs nearly every...

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  • Janel M Dressen
    Be Careful What You Wish For: The “Power” To Dissociate Under Minnesota’s Revised LLC Act

    By Janel M. Dressen Minnesota’s Revised Uniformed Limited Liability Company Act (the Revised Act), which applies to all Minnesota limited liability companies (LLCs) as of Jan. 1, 2018, introduces a new legal concept applicable to Minnesota LLC’s referred...

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  • Z Peter Sawicki
    The DNA Of An NDA

    By Z. Peter Sawicki and James L. Young Secrecy is something often sought in business, politics, and even in everyday life. How do we protect it? One way is through an agreement. Recently, the acronym NDA (nondisclosure agreement)...

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  • Eric Nasstrom of Morrison Sund
    Notice is Given: Strict Compliance Required for Serving Eviction Summons

    By Ryan Dreyer & Eric Nasstrom Ryan Dreyer and Eric Nasstrom practice real estate and construction litigation at Morrison Sund PLLC where they represent lenders, title insurers, property owners, developers, contractors and others with their litigation needs....

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  • Common Bankruptcy Practice Waives Attorney-Client Privileges: A Cautionary Tale

    By Amanda Schlitz Amanda Schlitz focuses her practice on bankruptcy litigation at the Minneapolis office of Stinson Leonard Street (http://stinsonleonardmerger.com/). Providing practical and strategic advice on complex bankruptcy issues, Amanda represents banks, committees, secured lenders, publicly and...

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