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Subject Index 1995-2011

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  • Most articles published 1999-present are available online. This index includes links to all available postings.

Administrative Law
Minnesota's OAH: 30 Years of Innovation in Administrative Review Judge Raymond Krause 63(2):17 (2006)
Minnesota’s Special Appeal Statutes: Traps for the Unwary John F. Beukema and Bruce Jones 65(11):25 (2008)
Quasijudicial and Quasilegislative Hearings in Minnesota Law David Schultz 60(8):15 (2003)
Adoption
Adoption Law & the Family Facing the 21st Century Gary A. Debele 54(11):36 (1997)
Advertising
Benefits of "Yellow Pages" Advertising Steven A. Meyerowitz 53(5):26 (1996)
Alternative Dispute Resolution

Anticipating and Resolving Global Disputes

Walter J Duffy Jr

59(7):29 (2002)

Appealing Adverse Arbitration Awards Marshall H. Tanick 54(4):22 (1997)
Arbitration Agreements & Collective Action: The Consumer, the Class, and the FAA Sarah E. Bushnell 68(10):20 (2011)

Arbitration in Employment Settings: Implications of Circuit City and Waffle House

Garry Mathiason and George Wood

59(6):20 (2002)

Arbitration’s Appeal: The Grounds Have Narrowed Timothy M. O’Shea 66(6):31 (2009)
Beyond ADR: The Opportunities for Business Lawyers Michael Landrum 57(9):45 (2000)
Choosing ADR Practitioners: Some Philosophical Considerations Mark K Schoenfield 58(3):22 (2001)
“Danger Ahead”: Ethics Guidelines for Lawyer-Mediators Carolyn Chalmers 63(3):27 (2006)
Early Diversion to ADR: Improving Outcomes in Family Court Susan M Cochrane 58(5):46 (2001)
Family Business Litigation: The Remedy Can Be Worse than the Malady Steve Swartz 61(4):40 (2004)
Grappling the Monster Case: The Next Frontier in ADR Nancy Welsh and the Hon. Ann Montgomery 54(8):21 (1997)
Let's Make a Deal: Contingency-Fee Mediation & Overburdened Courts Jeffrey D. Schroeder 67(7):16 (2010)
Minnesota’s Phantom Menace: The Civil Mediation Act James R. Coben and Peter N. Thompson 56(8):33 (1999)
Resolving Disputes Over the Web Robert J Ambrogi 58(8):20 (2001)

Seven More Sins of Mediators

Marshall H Tanick

59(5):35 (2002)

Succeeding With ADR Stephen F. Rufer 52(2):26 (1995)
Whither ADR? Wood R. Foster Jr. 56(11):5 (1999)
A Win Without Losers: Risk-free Risk Assessment Through Mediation J. Mark Catron 61(10):23 (2004)
The Year of the Arbitrator: Upholding the Arbitral Process Marshall H Tanick 58(10):27 (2001)
Appellate Practice
Appealing Adverse Arbitration Awards Marshall H. Tanick 54(4):22 (1997)
Common Law Appellate Jurisdiction Scott W. Johnson 54(8):31 (1997)
Deciding to Appeal: From Trial Advocate to Appellate Practice Doug Peine 53(2):21 (1996)
Getting Your Appellate Ducks in a Row: Preserving Issues Subsequent to Trial Joseph Trojack 67(1):45 (2010)
The Guessing Game of Petition for Review Marshall H. Tanick 62(4):30 (2005)

How to Prepare -- and Prevail -- Before the Supreme Court of the United States

Mark B Rotenberg

59(4):32 (2002)

Improving the Odds on Appeal David F. Herr and Cynthia F. Gilbertson 60(7):17 (2003)
Keys to Judicial Review Greg Brooker 53(3):27 (1996)
Minnesota’s Special Appeal Statutes: Traps for the Unwary John F. Beukema and Bruce Jones 65(11):25 (2008)
New Steps to Climb: Amendments to the Appellate Rules David F. Herr and Eric J. Magnuson 56(4):28 (1999)
The Next Big Step: Appeals to the Minnesota Supreme Court Diane B. Bratvold and Sam Hanson 66(4):27 (2009)
Post-Trial Motions: The First Step on the Appellate Road John F. Beukema 55(7):27 (1998)
Preparing for Appeal in the Trial Court David F. Herr and Haley N. Schaffer 65(2):18 (2008)
The Uncertain Status of Unpublished Opinions John Borger & Chad Oldfather 57(11):36 (2000)
Attorney-Client Relations
Attorney-Client Privilege and the Bankruptcy Code Christopher M Kennedy 58(11):33 (2001)
The Client Quotient: The Top 10 Rules of Effective Client Communication Michael P. Maslanka 57(9):34 (2000)
Client Security: Can We Do Even More? Martin Cole 58(6):14 (2001)

Dilemmas of Dual Representation: Unanswered Questions Raised by Pine Island

Shawn Harris and Jeanne Unger

59(11):14 (2002)

How to Interview Prospective Clients

Trey Ryder

59(11):22 (2002)

Revealing Client Confidences Edward J Cleary 58(11):13 (2001)
Bankruptcy
The Attorney as “Debt Relief Agency”: A Bridge Too Far? George H. Singer and Whitney R. Cohen 65(4):20 (2008)
Attorney-Client Privilege and the Bankruptcy Code Christopher M Kennedy 58(11):33 (2001)
Bankruptcy Lawyers Indebted to the 'Net Robert J Ambrogi 58(4):16 (2001)

Enriching the Bankruptcy Practice Through Pro Bono

Hon Nancy Dreher

59(11):19 (2002)

Landlords, Tenants, and the New Bankruptcy Amendments Christopher A. Camardello 62(9):20 (2005)
A New Playing Field: Changes in the Rules of Bankruptcy George H. Singer and Michael P. Warren 62(5):20 (2005)
Protecting Creditors in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Christopher M. Kennedy 55(5):46 (1998)
Protecting Landlords' Rights in Bankruptcy Christopher A. Camardello 60(5):29 (2003)
When the Former Spouse Files for Bankruptcy Christopher M. Kennedy 60(3):24 (2003)
Book Reviews
Abraham Lincoln: A Genius for Friendship John H. Hinderaker and Scott W. Johnson 57(8):41 (2000)
Advising Minnesota Corporations Reviewed by Michael J. Galvin Jr. 52(11):31 (1995)
The Center Holds Reviewed by David F. Herr 52(10):31 (1995)
Law v. Life Reviewed by the Hon. Jack Nordby 52(4):32 (1995)
Minnesota Legal Ethics: A Treatise Charles W. Wolfram 68(4):26 (2011)
The Right to Privacy Reviewed by Marshall H. Tanick 53(4):34 (1996)
Business Law
20 Years with the Minnesota Business Corporations Act William Z Pentelovitch and Cynthia F Gilbertson 58(9):18 (2001)
The ABCs of the New UCC: How to Consign under Revised Article 9 George H. Singer and Michael P. Warren 62(3):28 (2005)
Between a Rock and a Hard Place John W. Lundquist and Laurie Nesseth 56(5):31 (1999)
The "Blueoval" Blues: Trade Secrets & the Internet Jonathan M. Redgrave and Brian McMahon 56(10):39 (1999)
Building a New Foundation: Torts, Contracts, and the Economic Loss Doctrine Daniel S. Kleinberger, Linda J. Rusch and Alan I. Silver 57(8):25 (2000)
Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts (review) Thomas Fraser 56(3):34 (1999)
Business Unusual: What’s Needed to Own a Business Method? Tony Zeuli, Scott Oslick, and Josh Graham 66(10):27 (2009)
Changes in the Wind: Revised UCC Article 9 Gene H. Hennig 57(8):31 (2000)
Cutting the Cost of Derivative Claims: The Role of the Special Litigation Committee Vincent D. Louwagie and Cory D. Olson 66(3):32 (2009)
Electronic Contracting & Record Keeping Jennifer C. Debrow and H. Allen Blair 57(10):38 (2000)
Expecting Inevitable Disclosure Thomas Propson and Livia Babcock 63(10):20 (2006)
Family Business Litigation: The Remedy Can Be Worse than the Malady Steve Swartz 61(4):40 (2004)
Letters of Intent: Their Use in Minnesota Business Transactions Mark D. Williamson 64(10):22 (2007)

Litigating Covenants not to Compete

William Christopher Penwell

59(4):27 (2002)

The Magically Disappearing Defendant: Successor Liability under Minnesota Law David E. Schlesinger 67(6):30 (2010)
New Developments in the Duty to Warn J. David Prince 61(10):16 (2004)
A Perfect Storm: Credit-Card Litigation Climate Changes Nell E. Mathews 67(2):20 (2010)

Professionalism and the Business Lawyer

William B Payne

59(8):31 (2002)

Reading the Roadmap: Corporate Indemnification in Minnesota Neal T. Buethe 61(9):18 (2004)
Representations, Reliance & Remedies: The Legacy of Hendricks v. Callahan Bill Payne 62(8):30 (2005)
Representing the Small Business in Troubled Times Jeff Alden 67(8):25 (2010)
Revised UCC Article 9: Insurance Policies as Collateral Cassandra K. Ward Brown 57(3):35 (2000)
RUPA is Coming: UPA-LLPs Beware Daniel S Kleinberger 58(8):34 (2001)
Selective Waiver of Attorney-Client Privilege Janice M. Symchych 60(9):17 (2003)
The Statutory Pierce: New Remedy for Contractor Conversion Brian H Liebo 58(6):29 (2001)
Technology, Professionalism and the Business Lawyer William B. Payne 60(11):29 (2003)
Who Qualifies? Defining "Individual With a Disability" Under the ADA Tamara Hjelle Olsen and Mark S. Mathison 56(9):41 (1999)
Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: “Accidental” Franchises May Have Teeth Charles S. Modell 66(8):27 (2009)
Civil Litigation
Adversarial Advocacy: Too Much Adversity Can Hurt You Judge Jay Quam 68(4):22 (2011)
Beyond Zealous Advocacy: Harassment and its Remedies R. Terri Mandel 56(4):35 (1999)
Both Sides Now: Views from Family Court Hon. Stephen C. Aldrich 56(7):41 (1999)
Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts (review) Thomas Fraser 56(3):34 (1999)
Choosing the Right Forum When Representing a Public Employee Neal T. Buethe 57(5):42 (2000)
Common Law Fraud Claims: A Critical Tool for Litigators V. John Ella 63(8):18 (2006)
Concomitant Negotiations of Civil and Criminal Claims Timothy D. Webb 62(9):22 (2005)
Constitutional Limits on Punitive Damages: The BMW Case Georgia Holmes and Penny Herickhoff 53(8):22 (1996)
Cutting the Cost of Derivative Claims: The Role of the Special Litigation Committee Vincent D. Louwagie and Cory D. Olson 66(3):32 (2009)

Dilemmas of Dual Representation: Unanswered Questions Raised by Pine Island

Shawn Harrisand Jeanne Unger

59(11):14 (2002)

E-Discovery: Unearthing Documents Byte by Byte

Robert Keena

59(3):25 (2002)

Electronic Discovery Under the New Federal Rules Wayne S. Moskowitz 63(11):14 (2006)
Exculpatory Clauses: Uncertain Shields Against Liability Troy F. Tatting 65(2):26 (2008)
Finding "Lost" Money: Five Creative Techniques for Proving a Party’s True Income in Litigation Phyl Bean 67(11):24 (2010)

Guidelines for Cross-Examination

John H Hinderaker and Scott W Johnson

59(9):22 (2002)

How Interesting ... Statutory Interest on Awards, Verdicts, Judgments, and Debts in Minnesota Peter L. Gregory 68(11):24 (2011)
How to Manage Litigation (Not!) Frederick Ramos 60(4):27 (2003)
“If the Suit Fits –”: Implied Causes of Action in Minnesota Marshall H. Tanick 62(2):20 (2005)
Issuing and Managing Litigation-Hold Notices Alan M. Anderson 64(7):20 (2007)
The Jury May Be Seated: Strategies for Conducting Low-Cost Jury Research Jennifer C Ball 58(3):27 (2001)
Keys to Effective Advocacy: What I Wish I’d Known as a Litigator Judge Jay M. Quam 65(2):22 (2008)
Lawyers As Expert Witnesses Marshall H. Tanick 62(11):24 (2005)
Litigation Prevention: Things You Can Do in Drafting & Negotiating Robert R. Salman and Suzanne A. Salman 57(4):29 (2000)
The Lore of Hockey in Minnesota Law Marshall H. Tanick 57(10):32 (2000)
Making a Case for Civility Alan G. Greer 57(5):49 (2000)
Mining Unexplored Riches: Litigating State Constitutional Claims David A. Schultz 63(4):27 (2006)
Minnesota’s Phantom Menace: The Civil Mediation Act James R. Coben and Peter N. Thompson 56(8):33 (1999)
Navigating E-Discovery: How to Avoid Common Pitfalls Shannon M. Awsumb 65(9):29 (2008)
New Limits on Punitive Damage: Focusing the Penalty J. David Prince and Paula Duggan Vraa 64(4):24 (2007)
New Steps to Climb: Amendments to the Appellate Rules David F. Herr and Eric J. Magnuson 56(4):28 (1999)
The Person Behind the Face: A Lawyer's Guide to Cross-Cultural Depositions Nina Ivanichvili 61(6):22 (2004)
Pleading Punitive Damages: An Erie Dilemma Josh Jacobson 58(2):17 (2001)
Protecting Settlement Communications from Discovery June Pineda 62(10):22 (2005)
The Reluctant Expert Mark R. Miller 56(6):31 (1999)
Representing Health Professionals Before Licensing Boards Lucinda Jesson and Deborah Mande 58(11):30 (2001)
Settlements on the Courthouse Steps Melinda M. Sanders 61(8):16 (2004)
Spoliation of Evidence Marshall H. Tanick 53(9):29 (1996)
The Statutory Pierce: New Remedy for Contractor Conversion Brian H Liebo 58(6):29 (2001)
Thinking Outside the Box: Recent Developments in Electronic Discovery Michael C. McCarthy 61(11):16 (2004)
A Touch of Class: Reducing the Risk of "Sweetheart Deals” Kent M. Williams 62(4):20 (2005)
Truth in Trial: Overcoming Juror’s Mistrust Stephen D. Easton 53(9):22 (1996)
When the Cup Runs Over: Distributing Leftover Funds Via Cy Pres Chato Hazelbaker 67(9):24 (2010)
Civil Procedure
Civil Discovery and the Data Practices Act Mary K. Martin and Jonathan M. Redgrave 52(9):27 (1995)
Civil Justice: It’s Not Broke Mark Kosieradzki 52(3):34 (1995)
The Civil Litigation Quiz Charles T. Hvass, Jr. 65(9):26 (2008)
Expert Witness Disclosures: How to Comply and Avoid Exclusion Courtland C. Merrill 65(4):24 (2008)
Inadvertent Disclosure of Privileged Information Sarah Morris 64(7):25 (2007)
Latent Bias and the Challenge of Civil Voir Dire Brian Wojtalewicz 61(2):19 (2004)
New Tool for Litigators? Offers of Judgment & Rule 68 Jennifer E. Ampulski 65(4):32 (2008)
New Turns in the Maze: Finding Your Way in the New Civil Rules Megan E. Burkhammer 64(5):23 (2007)
One Source for Rules Governing Civil Actions in Minnesota Michael R. Schechter and Jay R. Ramos 57(4):32 (2000)
A Parting of Ways? Amendments to the Civil Rules - State and Federal David F. Herr 57(6):29 (2000)
Civil Rights

Removing Bias from the Minnesota Justice System

William E Martin and Peter N Thompson

59(7):16 (2002)

Trumpeting Civil Gideon: An Idea Whose Time Has Come? Mary Deutsch Schneider 63(4):22 (2006)

Trying Terrorists Before Military Commissions

Joseph Margulies and William Michael, Jr

59(2):20 (2002)

Collections
Electronic Check Transactions: What Law Governs? Glen R McCluskey 58(9):25 (2001)
Fair Debt Collection Practices: Federal Guidelines for Third Party Collections Glen R McCluskey 58(5):42 (2001)
Constitutional Law
Amending the Constitution: History and Hysteria Marshall H. Tanick 64(2):21 (2007)
Confronting the Confrontation Clause Marshall H. Tanick 62(9):16 (2005)
Corporations as Persons David Morris 54(4):31 (1997)
From Tinker to “Bong”: The School Bell Tolls for Student Rights Marshall H. Tanick and Phillip J. Trobaugh 64(10):18 (2007)
Mining Unexplored Riches: Litigating State Constitutional Claims David A. Schultz 63(4):27 (2006)
Minnesota’s Constitution: An Essential Tool in Search and Seizure Cases Kenneth F. Kirwin 65(10):29 (2008)
Construction Law
Drafting Residential Construction Agreements Jeff Alden 61(2):28 (2004)
Incomplete Repairs: New Remedies for Disputes in Residential Construction Dean B. Thomson and Michael T. Burke 68(9):18 (2011)

Specific Performance of Construction Contracts: The Minnesota Twins Legacy

William J Otteson

59(10):22 (2002)

Consumer Law
Advising The Financially Beleaguered Client Thomas E. Johnson 61(4):28 (2004)
Arbitration Agreements & Collective Action: The Consumer, the Class, and the FAA Sarah E. Bushnell 68(10):20 (2011)
Fool's Paradise: Expansion of the Minnesota Consumer Fraud Laws Marshall H Tanick 58(5):36 (2001)
The Ostrich Defense: Internet Scams in Consumer Credit Collection Michael D. Johnson 61(3):22 (2004)
A Perfect Storm: Credit-Card Litigation Climate Changes Nell E. Mathews 67(2):20 (2010)
Corporate Law
Assessing the Risks: Corporate Compliance and Ethics Programs Ann Kraemer 67(11):18 (2010)
Corporate Compliance Plans: Legal Opportunities and Pitfalls Gordon J. Apple 54(10):31 (1997)
Corporate Litigation: One View The Hon. Marianne D. Short 54(4):28 (1997)
Corporations as Persons David Morris 54(4):31 (1997)
A Corporation’s Soul The Hon. John E. Simonett 54(8):34 (1997)
Issuing and Managing Litigation-Hold Notices Alan M. Anderson 64(7):20 (2007)
New Window on Tort Claims Jonathan M. Bye and Eric J. Peck 55(5):40 (1998)
Relations Between Inside and Outside Counsel Ward Bower 55(7):36 (1998)
Contracts
Exculpatory Clauses: Uncertain Shields Against Liability Troy F. Tatting 65(2):26 (2008)
Courts
Access to Court Records in Minnesota Gary A. Weissman and Donald A. Gemberling 65(4):29 (2008)
Confidentiality in Chambers: Is Private Judicial Action the Public’s Business? Peter N. Thompson 62(2):14 (2005)
Contempt of Court: Has This Been a Bad Month for Your Client? Randall J. Slieter 67(5):27 (2010)
Courts at the Tipping Point: Tight Funding Imperils Justice Function Scott Russell 65(11):21 (2008)
Early Diversion to ADR: Improving Outcomes in Family Court Susan M Cochrane 58(5):46 (2001)
Engendering Tribal Court/State Court Cooperation Judge Robert A. Blaeser with Andrea L. Martin 63(11):18 (2006)
Enlarging the State Supreme Court Marshall H. Tanick 64(11):26 (2007)
A Fair, Equal, and Isolated Judiciary Hon Bernard Boland 58(2):28 (2001)
Filing for Dollars: Budget Crisis Pushes Up Court Costs Emily E. Duke and Leslie A. Anderson 60(7):26 (2003)
From Near to Fair: Minnesota Cases at the U.S. Supreme Court Marshall H. Tanick and Phillip J. Trobaugh 65(5):28 (2008)
In Search of a Trial: Exporting the Adversary System Hon. Bernard Boland 60(10):29 (2003)

A Judge’s Soliloquy on Judging

Hon Bernard Boland

59(9):29 (2002)

Judicial Development, OAH Style Interview with Chief Administrative Law Judge Ken Nickolai 56(3):27 (1999)
Judicial Evaluations in Minnesota Governing Council, MSBA Civil Litigation Section 55(3):32 (1998)
Judicial Independence as a Campaign Platform Shirley S. Abrahamson 61(10):28 (2004)
Judicial Selection in Minnesota: Options After Republican Party v. White David A. Schultz 62(10):16 (2005)
The Judge Looks Bored: How to Keep the Judge Interested Judge Jay Quam 68(11):16 (2011)
Judging Without Lawyers: Not Knowing Makes for Nightmares Judge Jay Quam 66(5):29 (2009)
Judicial Evaluation: The Devil—and the Opportunity—Is in the Details Judge James Hoolihan 66(3):27 (2009)
Justice is a Heavy Burden When You're Ten Jack Rice 58(10):32 (2001)
Lean Times for Minnesota Courts Judson Haverkamp 60(4):17 (2003)
Lending a Hand: Minnesotans in Kosovo Linn Slattengren 61(7):19 (2004)

Minnesota Judicial Elections: Better Than the "Missouri Plan"

Hon Stephen C Aldrich

59(9):27 (2002)

Misconduct at Trial Gwenyth Jones 52(3):28 (1995)
New Faces on the 8th Circuit: Do Recent Appointments Portend a Change? Matthew E. Johnson 61(11):23 (2004)
The New United States Courthouse The Hon. James M. Rosenbaum 53(7):27 (1996)
No Lights, No Camera, No Action Raleigh Hannah Levine 65(6):23 (2008)
Protecting an Independent and Qualified Judiciary George W. Soule 62(4):34 (2005)
Reflections of Justice Blackmun Hon Harry Blackmun 58(7):34 (2001)
Regulating Judges' Public Comments William J. Wernz and the Minnesota Board on Judicial Standards 68(5):32 (2011)
Responding to Rhetoric Against Judges Karna M. Peters 63(6):24 (2006)
Role Reversal: A Lawyer's Jury Service Max Heerman 68(6):31 (2011)
Rules of Statutory Construction and the Florida Election Law John E Simonett 58(6):31 (2001)
Should Judges Get Out of Redistricting? Hon. Thomas J. Kalitowski and Elizabeth M. Brama 61(3):19 (2004)
Split in the Circuits: Breaking up the Eighth Marshall H. Tanick 61(3):30 (2004)
The State of the Judiciary 1995 The Hon. A.M. "Sandy" Keith 52(7):21 (1995)
The State of the Judiciary 1996 The Hon. A.M. ("Sandy") Keith 53(7):22 (1996)
The State of the Judiciary 1998 The Hon. Kathleen Blatz 55(9):43 (1998)
The State of the Judiciary 1999 The Hon. Kathleen Blatz 56(7):27 (1999)
The State of the Judiciary 2001 The Hon. Kathleen Blatz 58(7):27 (2001)
The State of the Judiciary 2005 Hon. Kathleen Blatz 62(6):26 (2005)
The State of the Judiciary 2006 Chief Justice Russell A. Anderson 63(7):20) (2006)
The State of the Judiciary 2007 The Hon. Russell A. Anderson 64(7):16 (2007)
The State of the Judiciary 2008 Hon. Eric J. Magnuson 65(7):20 (2008)
The State of the Judiciary 2009: Building a 21st Century Judiciary Chief Justice Eric Magnuson 66(7):18 (2009)
The State of the Judiciary 2010 Eric J. Magnuson 67(7):20 (2010)
Thoughts on Judicial Selection James H. Gilbert 53(10):37 (1996)
Training the New Judge Judge Mary Vasaly 68(9):26 (2011)
Criminal Law
Blakely v. Washington: Off the Judicial Richter Scale Josh Jacobson 61(8):24 (2004)
Can a Juror Change Her Mind? Dana Saroop Seetahal 56(3):32 (1999)
Excessive Force Claims: Disentangling Constitutional Standards Greg Wiley 68(6):27 (2011)
Impaired Rights? DWI Testing and the Right to Counsel Kevin Siefken 63(7):16 (2006)

Joe is a Good Man -- and a Criminal

Jack Rice

59(6):28 (2002)

Looking Back: A Century Without Executions Marshall H. Tanick 68(3):18 (2011)
Minnesota’s Controlled Substances Law: A History Scott G. Swanson 56(11):23 (1999)
Mower County License Return Program: Breaking the Cycle of Revocations Lee A Bjorndal 58(2):26 (2001)
Muting Gideon's Trumpet: Pricing the "Right to Counsel" in Minnesota Courts Peter Erlinder 60(11):16 (2003)
Negotiating With a Prosecutor Victor I. Vieth 52(8):29 (1995)
Padilla Motions: Effective Assistance of Counsel Where Pleas Mandate Deportation John L. Holahan and Shauna Faye Kieffer 67(7):25 (2010)
Public Defenders: A Weakened But Indispensable Link Scott Russell 66(2):20 (2009)
Racial Disparity in the Criminal Justice System Thomas L Johnson and Cheryl Widder Heilman 58(5):28 (2001)
Rethinking Victims' Rights Terrence M. Walters 57(6):38 (2000)
Revisions to the Criminal Rules: A Plainspoken Legacy Justice Paul Anderson 66(5):31 (2009)
Social Host Liability in Minnesota Jennifer E. Ampulski and Eric E. Holman 64(11):18 (2007)
Victims’ Rights: Trial by Tribulation Frederic Bruno 52(10):19 (1995)
Weighing Spreigl Evidence: In Search of a Standard James A. Morrow, Peter N. Thompson, and Alfred C. Holden 60(10):23 (2003)
A Window on Terrorism: The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act William Michael 58(10):22 (2001)
Diversity
Affirmative Action: A Close Case for a Split Court Ann L. Iijima 60(2):16 (2003)
Countering Gender Bias: MSBA Takes Action M. Jacqueline Regis, Heidi Hoard, Jeffrey Keyes, and Kathy Sanberg 54(9):37 (1997)
Diversity in Law School Admissions Sam Magavern 56(4):47 (1999)
Racial Disparity in the Criminal Justice System Thomas L Johnson and Cheryl Widder Heilman 58(5):28 (2001)
Education
Academic Law: The Legalization of Higher Education Milda K. Hedblom and Laura J. McKnight 52(9):18 (1995)
From Tinker to “Bong”: The School Bell Tolls for Student Rights Marshall H. Tanick and Phillip J. Trobaugh 64(10):18 (2007)
The Year of the Student Marshall H. Tanick 66(8):22 (2009)
Elder Law
"Attorney Goes to Jail" Law Rolf Nelson 54(11):45 (1997)
Gift Transactions Under the Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney William S. Forsberg 56(8):41 (1999)
Planning Ahead: The Challenge of Long-Term Care Michael Meyers 57(4):34 (2000)
The Price of Admission: Liability and Responsibility for Nursing Home Expenses Susan T. Peterson 66(5):24 (2009)
Elections
Behind the Scenes: Attorneys and the Republican National Convention Amy Lindgren 65(8):18 (2008)
Minnesota Ballot Brouhahas Marshall H Tanick 58(2):20 (2001)

Minnesota Judicial Elections: Better Than the "Missouri Plan"

Hon Stephen C Aldrich

59(9):27 (2002)

Municipal Voting Systems Reform: Overcoming the Legal Obstacles

Paul Landskroener and Tony Anderson Solgard

59(9):16 (2002)

Rules of Statutory Construction and the Florida Election Law Hon John E Simonett 58(6):31 (2001)
Employee Benefits
Health Savings Accounts: The Next Generation in Health Insurance Scott A. Becker 62(11):22 (2005)
Landing on Your Feet: Outplacement Services Make It Easier Roy S. Ginsburg 65(11):30 (2008)
Employment Law
After-Acquired Evidence Joseph W. Hammell 52(4):30 (1995)
The Anti-Bullying Legislative Movement: Too Quick To Quash Common Law Remedies? Sarah Morris 65(10):22 (2008)

Arbitration in Employment Settings: Implications of Circuit City and Waffle House

Garry Mathiason and George Wood

59(6):20 (2002)

Beyond Zealous Advocacy: Harassment and its Remedies R. Terri Mandel 56(4):35 (1999)
Blow the Whistle, Sound the Drum: Marking the 20th Anniversary of Minnesota’s Whistleblower Law Marshall H. Tanick 63(9):18 (2006)
Blowing the Whistle David J. Hoekstra 52(2):17 (1995)
Challenging the Municipality: Section 1983 in 1998 Timothy J. Pawlenty and Jennifer A. Kraft 55(3):27 (1998)
Changes Afoot for FMLA Marshall H. Tanick 65(3):22 (2008)
Dazed and Confused: Title VII One Year After Faragher and Ellerth Jonathan Hegre and Sheila Engelmeier 56(9):35 (1999)
The Deepening Divide: Minnesota and Federal Employment Laws Sheila Engelmeier and Jonathan J Hegre 58(4):21 (2001)
Domestic Violence Comes to Work: The Need for a Work-Related Response Meg Hobday 67(3):20 (2010)

Doocing the Blogzilla: Managing Workplace E-Communications

Neal Buethe and Sally Scoggin 64(5):18 (2007)
Duty-of-Loyalty Claims in Minnesota V. John Ella 68(9):22 (2011)
Employee Retaliation Claims Marshall H. Tanick 68(10):24 (2011)

Employers Bite Back: Suing Employees Under Contract

Marshall H Tanick

59(8):22 (2002)

The Ethics of Workplace Investigations John A. Mack 61(2):23 (2004)
The FMLA After Five Years Mary Knoblauch and Gena Braaten 56(2):35 (1999)
Hiring the Independent Contractor Jeff Alden 60(3):21 (2003)
Independent Contractor or Employee? The Focus Shifts Again Andrew E. Tanick 67(8):16 (2010)
Individual in the Class: Marital Status Discrimination in Employment Courtland C. Merrill and Cory D. Olson 68(7):18 (2011)
Inevitable Disclosure: Employee Mobility and Trade Secrets Cathie A. Maeyaert and James T. Diamond Jr. 54(5):39 (1997)
Is There Gold in Those Hills? Shifting Contours of Unemployment Compensation Law Marshall H. Tanick and Brian R. Dockendorf 60(10):17 (2003)
Karma, Dogma, Dilemma: Religious Accommodation at Work Daniel R. Kelly and Brian T. Benkstein 66(6):26 (2009)
The Law of Bullying: Off the Playground and Into the Workplace John A. Mack 62(8):20 (2005)
Managing Employment Expectations of Employee-Shareholders Ansis V. Viksnins 67(10):22 (2010)
The Minnesota False Claims Act: Is It Minnesota Nice? Marc S. Raspanti and Pamela C. Brecht 67(4):20 (2010)
More is Now Less: Taxability of Employment Settlements Richard A. Williams Jr. 54(4):17 (1997)
The Moving Target of Misconduct: Hot Heads, Single Incidents, and Overall Conduct Marshall H. Tanick 66(10):31 (2009)
Navigating Noncompete Agreements Marshall H. Tanick 68(7):24 (2011)
New Growth on an Old Vine: Labor-Management Relations and the NLRA Steven G Rush 58(8):29 (2001)
New Pathway to Labor Certification Saiko Y. McIvor 55(6):36 (1998)
New Twists in Sexual Harassment? Norman J. Baer and Gena A. Braaten 55(9):47 (1998)
An Ounce of Prevention: AIDS in the Workplace Milton Bordwin 53(5):18 (1996)
The Pine River Delta: Meanders in Employment Law Marshall H. Tanick 60(3):16 (2003)
Public Sector Workplace Investigations: Who Gets What Data When? Therese M. Pautz and Linda Mealey-Lohmann 60(4):19 (2003)
Refer Madness: The Dilemma of Employment Reference Letters Marshall H. Tanick 54(11):29 (1997)

Respondeat Superior Run Amok

Daniel S Kleinberger

59(10):16 (2002)

"Reverse" Age Discrimination: Are "Younger" Employees Protected? Tim Webb 60(10):27 (2003)
Sexual Harassment and Free Speech Marshall H. Tanick 52(8)25 (1995)
Tell It Like It Is: Minnesota's New Reference Law Linda L. Holstein and Anh T. Le 61(8):28 (2004)
What Do They Have in Mind? Minnesota’s Drug -Testing Law Turns 20 V. John Ella 64(8):22 (2007)
What’s Next for Whistleblowers? Marshall H. Tanick 56(2):31 (1999)

Whistleblower Claims After Abraham and Anderson-Johanningmeier

Peter Gray and Andrew Tanick

59(4):23 (2002)

Whither Whistleblowing? Uncertainty Stalks the Way Ahead Marshall H. Tanick 67(11):27 (2010)
Who Qualifies? Defining "Individual With a Disability" Under the ADA Tamara Hjelle Olsen and Mark S. Mathison 56(9):41 (1999)
Working with Disability: Disability Benefits and the ADA Carolyn J. Trevis and Jean F. Holloway 55(7):31 (1998)
Environmental Law
Brownfields in Bloom: Restoring Contaminated Properties Martha Brand and John Herman 54(5):32 (1997)
Climate Change and the Common Law: Who's to Pay for Global Warming? Jeremy P. Greenhouse 68(2):16 (2011)
Environmental Auditing: Beyond Regulatory Cat and Mouse William H. Koch 52(11)25 (1995)
The Internet is Rich in Environmental Resources Robert J Ambrogi 58(5):24 (2001)
Reforming Environmental Review Peder Larson and Julie Perrus 67(1):34 (2010)
Estate Planning
Estate Planning for Retirement Benefits Robert H. Louis 53(8):17 (1996)
New Gifting Incentives: Return of the Deathbed Transfer Andy Kremer 61(8):18 (2004)
A New Tool for Estate Planners: Minnesota’s Transfer on Death Deed Boyd K. Johnson 65(10):26 (2008)
Expert Witnesses
Experts for Hire: Are They Worth the Price? Thomas Klosowski 54(6):30 (1997)
The Reluctant Expert Mark R. Miller 56(6):31 (1999)
Family Law
Balancing Custody Issues: Minnesota's New Parenting Plan Statute Peter V. Rother 57(11):27 (2000)
Both Sides Now: Views from Family Court Hon. Stephen C. Aldrich 56(7):41 (1999)
Cousins Considered: Cases, Codes & Common Law Marshall H. Tanick and Andrew E. Tanick 61(7):25 (2004)
Determining Child Custody Across Jurisdictions Thomas W. Tuft and Valerie A. Downing 56(11):34 (1999)
Domestic Assault is Still Assault Jack Rice 55(10):40 (1998)
Early Diversion to ADR: Improving Outcomes in Family Court Susan M Cochrane 58(5):46 (2001)

Family Feuds: Divorce, Custody and Child Support

Robert J Ambrogi

59(2):18 (2002)

Faults in Fault-Based Divorce Stephen C. Aldrich 53(7):30 (1996)
Finding "Lost" Money: Five Creative Techniques for Proving a Party’s True Income in Litigation Phyl Bean 67(11):24 (2010)
“I Due”: Characterizing Debt in Marriage Dissolution Phyl Bean 65(3):30 (2008)
International Parental Child Abduction Valerie Downing Arnold and Thomas Tuft 61(11):29 (2004)
Interstate Child Custody and Visitation Gerald O. Williams Jr. 55(10):37 (1998)
Issues in Joint Custody and Shared Parenting: Lessons from Australia Janet R. Jeske 68(11):20 (2011)
Minnesota’s New Domestic Abuse Strangulation Statute Kelly Francis 65(8):26 (2008)
Moving the Kids: What Would Solomon Do? Sheree Speer 63(9):24 (2006)
Orders for Protection: When the Shield Becomes a Sword Theresa A. Capistrant and Rebecca Wong 65(3):27 (2008)
Screening for Domestic Abuse: What You Don’t See, May Be What You Get Stephen R. Arnott 66(9):25 (2009)
Unintended Waiver of Spousal Rights: When is a Spouse Not a Surviving Spouse? Susan F. Bullard 60(11):23 (2003)
A View of Family Attorney Ethics Ellen Dresselhuis 57(10):40 (2000)
What About Those Child-Support Deadbeats? Jack Rice 55(3):40 (1998)
Federal Practice
Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts (review) Thomas Fraser 56(3):34 (1999)
Constitutional Crossfire Douglas A. Kelley 60(6):21 (2003)
A Delicate Balance: Government Immunities Under Federal Law Clifford M. Greene 55(6):29 (1998)
Expert Witness Disclosures: How to Comply and Avoid Exclusion Courtland C. Merrill 65(4):24 (2008)
Finding Federal Court Opinions Online Robert J. Ambrogi 55(7):23 (1998)
More Tips for Litigating in Federal Court V. John Ella and John Wackman 57(5):46 (2000)
Pleading Punitive Damages: An Erie Dilemma Josh Jacobson 58(2):17 (2001)
Tips for Federal Court III V. John Ella and John Wackman 60(11): 27 (2003)
Tips for Litigating in Federal Court V. John Ella and John Wackman 54(3):34 (1997)
The Uncertain Status of Unpublished Opinions John Borger & Chad Oldfather 57(11):36 (2000)
A Window on Terrorism: The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act William Michael 58(10):22 (2001)
Fees
Recovery of Inhouse Legal Fees Nicholas N. Nierengarten 67(3):30 (2010)
Regulating Contingent Fees in No-Fault Cases Kenneth L. Jorgensen 57(6):18 (2000)
Fiction
American Nomad Royce Roberts 53(10):31 (1996)
Gun Control
Conceal and Carry Rules for Minnesota Businesses Linda L. Holstein and Anh T. Le 60(6):28 (2003)
Guns, Courts, and Civil Liberties Kari Hainey 60(6):30 (2003)
Health Law
Federal Health Care Reform: A Renewed Commitment to Program Integrity Gordon J. Apple 67(5):22 (2010)

The HIPAA Health Information Privacy Regulations

Mary K Martin

59(5):32 (2002)

Minding Medicare’s Interests: It May Preserve Your Fiscal Health Patty L. Wisecup 64(2):25 (2007)
Protecting Personal Health Information: Standards for the Electronic Age Gordon J. Apple 56(11):28 (1999)
Representing Health Professionals Before Licensing Boards Lucinda Jesson and Deborah Mande 58(11):30 (2001)
Self-Managed Care: The New Health Care Directive Barbara J. Blumer 55(8):24 (1998)
Stanching the Flow: Medicare/Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Gordon J. Apple 54(2):23 (1997)
What Have We Learned from Terry Schiavo? Barbara J. Blumer 62(6):30 (2005)
What Lawyers Can Learn from Managed Health Care Keith J. Halleland 55(2):40 (1998)
Humor
The Judge Goes to Court Earl J. "Red" Lyons 56(11):37 (1999)

The Law of "The Simpsons"

Larry M. Wertheim 60(2):30 (2003)
Law Review: A Love Story Lawrence Savell 60(5):34 (2003)
One Lawyer’s Prayer T. Evan Schaeffer 55(5):50 (1998)
What They Didn't Teach Me About First-Year Practice Michel Lipman 57(7):36 (2000)
Immigration Law
Citizens, Nationals, or Not? Michael H. Davis 66(2):29 (2009)
Globalizing the High-Tech Workforce Scott M Borene 58(11):21 (2001)
Padilla Motions: Effective Assistance of Counsel Where Pleas Mandate Deportation John L. Holahan and Shauna Faye Kieffer 67(7):25 (2010)
New Pathway to Labor Certification Saiko Y. McIvor 55(6):36 (1998)
Insurance
A Crack in the Shield? Malpractice Coverage at Risk Daniel S. Kleinberger 63(8):26 (2006)

Demystifying the CGL Policy

Britton D Weimer

59(8):28 (2002)

Dilemmas of Dual Representation: Unanswered Questions Raised by Pine Island

Shawn Harris and Jeanne Unger

59(11):14 (2002)

Intellectual Property
Business Unusual: What’s Needed to Own a Business Method? Tony Zeuli, Scott Oslick, and Josh Graham 66(10):27 (2009)
Due Diligence in Drafting: Copyrights in Legal Documents Thomas J. Stueber 64(4):18 (2007)
Small Packages: Ex Parte Property Seizures under Rule 65 Jeff Alden 65(5):25 (2008)
Trade Secrets: Not Just for IP Lawyers Anymore Susan Dickel Minsberg 67(10):20 (2010)
Transacting the Information Marketplace: Infringement is Easy, and Easily Avoided Daniel W. McDonald and Gregory W. Jackson 62(4):25 (2005)
International Business Law

Anticipating and Resolving Global Disputes

Walter J Duffy Jr

59(7):29 (2002)

International Arbitration and the Globalization of Minnesota Business Alan M. Anderson 68(5):22 (2011)
Internet
The "Blueoval" Blues: Trade Secrets & the Internet Jonathan M. Redgrave and Brian McMahon 56(10):39 (1999)
Designing a Simple Web Site for an Individual Attorney Trey Ryder 61(7):28 (2004)
Insurance Coverage and the Internet Jonathan M. Redgrave 56(4):44 (1999)
Minnesota’s Longest Arm: Jurisdiction Over the Internet Marshall H. Tanick 56(10):30 (1999)
Rules and Regulations on the Internet Robert J. Ambrogi 56(4):24 (1999)
Worldwide Commerce on the World Wide Web Robert J. Ambrogi 56(3):22 (1999)
Judicial Selection
Judicial Appointments Take Center Stage Marie A. Failinger and Mary Vasaly 60(7):28 (2003)
Judicial Elections 2010: Minnesotans Stay the Course George W. Soule 68(1):28 (2011)
Judicial Selection in Minnesota: A Special Report Citizens Commission for the Preservation of an Impartial Judiciary 64(4):30 (2007)

Minnesota Judicial Elections: Better Than the "Missouri Plan"

Hon Stephen C Aldrich

59(9):27 (2002)

Republican Party, et al. v. Kelly, et al

Edward J Cleary

59(2):16 (2002)

Responding to the 2010 Judicial Elections The American Judicature Society 68(1):33 (2011)

Shopping for Judges at Wal-Mart?

Hon Bernard Boland

59(11):24 (2002)

The State of Judicial Selection: The White Cases Revisited David Schultz 67(1):40 (2010)
White Paper on Proposed Constitutional Amendment Concerning Judicial Selection, Retention, and Evaluation Minnesota State Bar Association and the Coalition for Impartial Justice 67(2):Supplement (2010)
Juvenile Law
Juvenile Justice in Minnesota: Making a Difference? Justice Joan Ericksen Lancaster and Cheryl Widder Heilman 58(4):27 (2001)
Law Office Management

Billing: Our Profession’s Not So Hidden Shame

Alan G Greer

59(7):31 (2002)

Billing Your Clients: Seven Deadly Sins Michael J. Ford 63(9):28 (2006)

Cash Management and Cash Flow

Michael J Ford

59(10):28 (2002)

The Legal Services Delivery Team

Michael J Ford

59(6):26 (2002)

Retaining Less than Full Time Attorneys Michael J. Ford 63(5):28 (2006)

Value Billing and Marketing Your Practice

Trey Ryder

59(2):31 (2002)

Law Practice Management
Asking Clients for Referrals: A Missed Opportunity? Donna Erickson 66(9):29 (2009)
Landing on Your Feet: Outplacement Services Make It Easier Roy S. Ginsburg 65(11):30 (2008)
Networking Effectively & Ethically Roy S. Ginsburg 66(8):32 (2009)
Rules of the Game: Business Development for Lawyers David R. Mylrea and Allan Colman 67(9):22 (2010)
Successful Succession: Keep Your Best Clients When Boomer Lawyers Leave Roy S. Ginsburg 68(7):22 (2011)
When Crisis Strikes Law Firms: What to Do, What to Say Stacy Lynn Bettison and Amy K. Rotenberg 68(10):16 (2011)
Law, Practice Of
Accounting for Law Firm Quality Stephen B. Young and Pete Ramstad 52(5):33 (1995)
Addressing Professionalism Harry J. Haynsworth 54(7):48 (1997)
An Aging Lawyer Jack Rice 61(7):30 (2004)
Are Your Clients Making Your Crazy? How to Avoid Drama with Maddening Clients Elizabeth Wittenberg 68(3):20 (2011)
Aspiring to Professionalism MSBA Professionalism Committee 63(5):20 (2006)
The Attorney as Agent Daniel S. Kleinberger 53(4):30 (1996)
Attorney-Client Privilege and the Rule of Confidentiality Joseph L. Daly 55(10):31 (1998)
Attorney Satisfaction High in Minnesota John Sonsteng 57(11):31 (2000)
Attorney Stress -- Stress in the ’90s Patrick J. O’Laughlin 53(4):24 (1996)
Attracting Women Business Owners as Clients Terrie S. Wheeler 54(9):40 (1997)
Avoiding the Devastation of Depression Amiram Elwork 53(4):25 (1996)
Balancing Time and Money: Planning for the Unexpected End of a Practice Curtis L Stine 58(11):25 (2001)
Befriending Time: Breaking Free from Busyness or Stuckness Dyan Williams 68(2):21 (2011)
Between a Rock and a Hard Place John W. Lundquist and Laurie Nesseth 56(5):31 (1999)
Caught in the World Wide Web Michael B. Sokol 53(6):22 (1996)
Civil Strategies in an Uncivil World Doug Peine 55(7):38 (1998)

Civility and "Generalized Reciprocity"

Hon. John Simonett 60(2):27 (2003)
Coaching For Lawyers Roy S. Ginsburg 61(6):28 (2004)
Combating Attorney Burnout David M. Bateson & Tim Hart 64(11):22 (2007)
The Common Law of Morrison County Justice John E. Simonett 68(8):19 (2011)
Contract Legal Work Offers Opportunities Cindy Eidnes 58(10):31 (2001)
Coping with the Couple-Client Phyllis “Phyl” Bean 64(3):24 (2007)
Counseling Clients in Financial Distress
Steven H. Silton 66(7):29 (2009)
Courtroom Credibility Noelle Nelson 52(4):27 (1995)
Creating a Satisfying “Second Act” in Your Legal Career Roy S. Ginsburg 64(10):27 (2007)
Cross-Border Practice Theresa L. Schulz 57(8):38 (2000)
Dealing with the Media in a High Profile Criminal Case Terrence M. Walters 57(2):19 (2000)
The Depression of One Lawyer’s Brain Steve Heikens 53(4):26 (1996)
Destroying Your Own Business Jordan Furlong 68(1):26 (2011)
Discovery of E-Mail Heidi L. McNeil and Robert M. Kort 52(7):24 (1995)
Diversity Makes Cents: The Business Case for Diversity Roy Ginsburg 62(2):26 (2005)
Do Lawyers Need Religion? Victor I. Vieth 53(8):30 (1996)
The Emerging Tech Challenge to the Legal Profession Richard Zorza 58(8):37 (2001)
Enhancing Collection of Accounts Receivable Aimee Bissonette 53(10):35 (1996)
Ethical Walls, Migrating Lawyers, & Former Client Conflicts Neil W. Hamilton and Kevin R. Coan 55(10):24 (1998)
Expanding Your Reach: Engaging Other Attorneys’ Help & Expertise Susan Dickel Minsberg 67(4):23 (2010)
Focusing on Client Service Roy S. Ginsburg 63(3):32 (2006)
Forsaking the Office: Home-Based Law Practice Jill E. Clark 54(9):33 (1997)
Frustrations with the Law Kirk A. Schnitker 61(7):16 (2004)
The Gambit in Litigation Strategy Doug Peine 53(10):22 (1996)
The Ghost of Law Practices Past, Present, and Future Alan G. Greer 54(10):38 (1997)
The Gold Collar Workplace Joan M. Bibelhausen and Joyce H. Laher 52(5):26 (1995)
Helping Your Secretary Help You Nancy J. Fox and Malcolm Stuhlmiller 54(7):46 (1997)
The High-Tech Life After Brobeck Karen Opp 60(9):28 (2003)
Hiring Emotionally Intelligent Associates Lawrence R. Richard 56(9):46 (1999)
How Interesting ... Statutory Interest on Awards, Verdicts, Judgments, and Debts in Minnesota Peter L. Gregory 68(11):24 (2011)
Image-Based Document Management L. Marshall Smith 52(10):24 (1995)
It’s Time to Get Back to Basics William E. Cannon Jr. 56(10):45 (1999)
The Jury May Be Seated: Strategies for Conducting Low-Cost Jury Research Jennifer C Ball 58(3):27 (2001)
Keeping Faith in the Rule of Law Walter F. Mondale 63(5):26 (2006)
Law Firm Break-Ups: New Twist Paul M. Floyd 55(8):34 (1998)
Law Firm Partnership Agreements: Who Needs ’Em? Norman J. Baer and Douglas L. Elsass 54(3):23 (1997)
A Lawyer’s Plea for Humanity, Reason, and Justice Jack Rice 55(9):49 (1998)
Lost in the Virtual World: Fending Off Online Buccaneers Jeff Alden 68(5):28 (2011)
Making a Small Law Practice a Large Success Ward Bower 55(4):39 (1998)
Making Partner, Or the Shape of Things to Come Dale C. Moss 52(11)18 (1995)
Making Your Practice More Convenient Trey Ryder 61(10):27 (2004)
Managing Litigation Via the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 56(11):20 (1999)
Mentoring Programs: First Step in Keeping Associates Susan G. Manch 57(2):22 (2000)
The Minnesota Lawyer Placement Protocol Nathan Krahn 61(5):30 (2004)
Motions for Reconsideration Eric J. Magnuson 54(6):36 (1997)
Multidisciplinary Practice: Seeking the High Ground Phillip Cole and Steven C.Nelson 56(8):24 (1999)

The Myth of the Form

Jeff Alden

59(2):33 (2002)

A New Call to Action President William Jefferson Clinton 56(7):44 (1999)
An Ominous Trend in Marketing James J. Yates 52(6):28 (1995)
Online Lawyer Directories: Do They Work? Donald B. Kramer 56(10):43 (1999)
The Person Behind the Face: A Lawyer's Guide to Cross-Cultural Depositions Nina Ivanichvili 61(6):22 (2004)
Personal Financial Privacy: Is Your Practice Subject to Gramm-Leach-Bliley? Karen L Grandstrand 58(8):23 (2001)
Personality and Perspective: Enhancing Professional Effectiveness Joseph Shaub, J.D., M.F.C.T. 52(8):18 (1995)
Planning for Retirement of a Law Firm Partner Mark E. Goldberg 55(8):30 (1998)
Planning the Law Firm Retreat Cynthia Scanlon 54(2):28 (1997)
The Power of Attorneys Dennis Archer 60(8):26 (2003)
The Practice of Being: Mastering Stress & Finding Meaning as a Lawyer Dyan Williams 67(3):26 (2010)
Pricing Legal Services Michael J. Ford 53(9):33 (1996)
Reconnecting With Your Passions Sen. Ember Reichgott Junge 53(9):35 (1996)
Records Management and Retention Policies for Law Firms Myron L. Frans and Christopher J. Kopka 55(4):28 (1998)
Recovering Research Costs Josh Jacobson 54(5):49 (1997)
Reflections of a Sole Practitioner Jeff Alden 58(3):35 (2001)
Relations Between Inside and Outside Counsel Ward Bower 55(7):36 (1998)
Representing the Small Family-Owned Business Jeff Alden 57(9):47 (2000)
Respect for Law, Respect for Lawyers Sol M. Linowitz 54(10):26 (1997)
Rethinking Minority Recruitment and Retention Brian Keith Jackson 57(2):30 (2000)
RUPA is Coming: UPA-LLPs Beware Daniel S Kleinberger 58(8):34 (2001)
A Second Bite of the Apple: Preserving Income in Retirement Roy S. Ginsburg and Eric T. Cooperstein 67(5):18 (2010)
Settlement Negotiations: They’re not that Confidential Marshall H. Tanick and V. John Ella 55(4):35 (1998)
Sharing the Experience: Assisting the Self-Represented Party John Del Vecchio 67(8):22 (2010)
The Sky’s the Limit? The New Legal Marketplace Joan Bibelhausen 54(3):28 (1997)
So You’ve Been Let Go: Now What? Patricia A. Comeford 56(6):35 (1999)
Social Media for Lawyers Abigail S. Crouse and Michael C. Flom 67(10):16 (2010)
Starting Your Own Firm: Think Before You Leap Judy Norberg 64(9):23 (2007)
Survival Traits for Young Lawyers Michael J. Ford 54(2):32 (1997)
Swimming Through Seaweed: Emotional Hazards in the Culture of Law Richard Wagner 56(2):26 (1999)
Taming Technology: Making It Work for You Mary Lahr Schier 56(5):22 (1999)
Task-Based Billing: The Way of the Future James J. Neath 52(4):22 (1995)
The Ten Best Websites for Lawyers Robert J Ambrogi 58(6):16 (2001)
Thinking About Retirement Dale C. Moss 52(2):22 (1995)
Through a Customer’s Eye John B. Calsin Jr. 54(6):38 (1997)
The Tort of Judicial Malpractice Mark Herrmann 54(5):52 (1997)
Unbundled Legal Services: Opportunity for All or Pandora’s Box? Scott Russell 64(2):16 (2007)
Unsung Heroes: Equal Justice Under the Law Hon. Donovan W. Frank 61(2):30 (2004)
Untangling the Web of Law Practice Management Robert J. Ambrogi 55(8):20 (1998)
The Value of Losing Tyrone Bujold 54(9):42 (1997)
A View of Family Attorney Ethics Ellen Dresselhuis 57(10):40 (2000)
When a Good Partner Goes Bad Christopher E. Smith 53(8):28 (1996)

When Disaster Strikes

Bill Busch

59(3):29 (2002)

Why Do Law Firms Fail? Charles J. Santangelo 52(6):25 (1995)
Why I Am a Lawyer Joseph L Daly 58(9):35 (2001)
Legal Assistance to the Disadvantaged
Minnesota’s Legal Safety Net: Many Hands Intertwined Scott Russell 66(3):22 (2009)
Legal Education
CLE Credit for Teleconference and Webcast Courses David L White and Margaret Fuller Corneille 58(7):32 (2001)
A Dean’s View of the Horizon Jon M. Garon 65(7):25 (2008)
Dear Professor Rosenstein Lawrence Savell 61(6):30 (2004)
Diversity in Law School Admissions Sam Magavern 56(4):47 (1999)
Raising the Bar: Should the Passing Score Be Raised? E. Thomas Sullivan, Harry J. Haynsworth, Edwin J. Butterfoss and David T. Link 57(4):24 (2000)
What About a Fifth Law School for Minnesota? Robert E. Oliphant 57(4):38 (2000)
Legal Interpreters
Jus Comprehendii: Access to Justice for Non-English Speakers Roberta J. Cordano 54(8):24 (1997)
Legal Research
Researching on the Internet Nancy Gronbeck 53(6):28 (1996)
Whither the Library? Legal Research in the Information Age Joan L. Axelroth 53(3):22 (1996)
Legal Writing
Can Lawyers Write English? Jerome Stern 52(3):23 (1995)
Choosing a Legal Writing Desk Reference Mary Dunnewold 62(9):24 (2005)
Due Diligence in Drafting: Copyrights in Legal Documents Thomas J. Stueber 64(4):18 (2007)
Effective Appellate Writing Doug Peine 52(6):29 (1995)
What Great Writers Can Teach Lawyers and Judges Douglas E. Abrams 68(8):14 (2011)
The Writer's Corner: Making Policy Arguments Kenneth R. Swift 61(9):30 (2004)
The Writer’s Corner: Making Policy Arguments II Kenneth R. Swift 62(3):34 (2005)
The Writer’s Corner: Making Policy Arguments III Kenneth R. Swift 63(2):24 (2006)
The Writer's Corner: Presenting Case Law Effectively Kenneth R. Swift 60(9)26 (2003)
The Writer's Corner: Use and Argue the Case Law Kenneth R. Swift 61(3):28 (2004)
Legislation
1997 Legislative Wrap-Up Michael L. Flanagan 54(7):50 (1997)
1998 Legislative Wrap-Up Michael L. Flanagan 55(5):35 (1998)
1999 Legislative Wrap-Up Lloyd M. Grooms 56(7):31 (1999)
2000 Legislative Wrap-Up Lloyd W. Grooms 57(7):28 (2000)
The 2006 Legislative Session in Retrospect Lloyd W. Grooms 63(6):28 (2006)
2007 Legislative Session in Review Lloyd W. Grooms 64(6):24 (2007)
2008 Legislative Session in Review Lloyd Grooms 65(6):28 (2008)
2009 Legislative Session in Review Lloyd Grooms 66(7):23 (2009)
2010 Legislative Session Review Bryan T. Lake 67(6):24 (2010)
2011 Legislative Recap Bryan Lake 68(6):24 (2011)
Collaborative Law: Not Just for Family Lawyers Gregory R. Solum 67(2):29 (2010)
Distinguishing Filament from Figment: Minnesota's Single Subject Rule Timothy J. Pawlenty 57(6):36 (2000)
Legislative Sausage Making or "I'm Just a Bill" Jeffrey R. Johnson 60(2):22 (2003)
Making New Law: Bar Has New Face at Legislature Lloyd M. Grooms (interview) 56(2):40 (1999)
The Minnesota False Claims Act: Is It Minnesota Nice? Marc S. Raspanti and Pamela C. Brecht 67(4):20 (2010)
National Legislation, One State at a Time Chato Hazelbaker 66(11):22 (2009)
Life and the Law
May a Witness Ethically Lie in Court? Thomas J. Bieter 64(6):30 (2007)
Minnesota Lawyers and Judges Who Made History Cheryl Heilman 65(5):20 (2008)

Switching Gears: Trading in the View from the Office

Jim MacGillis

59(3):30 (2002)

Malpractice

When Malpractice is an Ethics Issue

Martin Cole

59(11):10 (2002)

Marketing
Communicate How You Differ Trey Ryder 62(11):25 (2005)
Electronic Communications with Clients: Minding the Ethics Rules and the CAN-SPAM Act William R. Denny 62(11):16 (2005)
Focusing on Client Service Roy S. Ginsburg 63(3):32 (2006)

How to Interview Prospective Clients

Trey Ryder

59(11):22 (2002)

Law Firm Marketing: Success is in the Details Donna Erickson 63(8):23 (2006)
Making Your Practice More Convenient Trey Ryder 61(10):27 (2004)
Marketing 101: How to Annoy Your Clients Michael Vitt 61(5):28 (2004)
Marketing to Foreign-Born Clients Nina Ivanichvili 63(10):14 (2006)
Marketing Myths Most Lawyers Believe Trey Ryder 61(4):38 (2004)
Marketing Professionally and Ethically Roy S. Ginsburg and Kenneth F. Kirwin 60(9):22 (2003)
Targeted Advertising: Getting the Cases You Want Trey Ryder 64(4):23 (2007)

Value Billing and Marketing Your Practice

Trey Ryder

59(2):31 (2002)

Media Law
No Lights, No Camera, No Action Raleigh Hannah Levine 65(6):23 (2008)
Testing the Limits: When Aggressive Newsgathering Becomes Illegal Conduct Tommy Sangchompuphen and Aklilu Dunlap 57(7):22 (2000)
Media Relations
Confidential News Sources: What Minnesota Lawyers and Clients Should Know Steven P. Aggergaard 63(2):22 (2006)
Looking Good on Television Max Lemberger 52(5):39 (1995)
Negotiating Confidentiality Agreements Marshall H. Tanick 52(11):29 (1995)
Top 10 Ways to Get Bad Press Mark Cohen 68(4):25 (2011)
Mental Health
Are Your Clients Making Your Crazy? How to Avoid Drama with Maddening Clients Elizabeth Wittenberg 68(3):20 (2011)
Wanted: A Lawyer Assistance Program David K. Porter 55(4):41 (1998)
Military Law
Military Justice: An Oxymoron? Judge Fred Karasov 66(11):26 (2009)
Wartime Consigliere: Minnesota Lawyers at War Lt. Col. John J. Brossart and Maj. Tom Hagen 67(9):16 (2010)
Minnesota State Bar Association
After the Storm: Gulf Coast Lawyers Rebuild Michael J. Vitt 63(3):22 (2006)
Countering Gender Bias: MSBA Takes Action M. Jacqueline Regis, Heidi Hoard, Jeffrey Keyes, and Kathy Sanberg 54(9):37 (1997)
Disaster on the Red River: The Bar Responds Jonathan Kalstrom and Mary Shafer 54(7):40 (1997)
Reports to the House of Delegates and General Assembly (’95 Convention Reports) 52(5):Supp (1995)
Reports to the 1996 General Assembly (’96 Convention Reports) 53(5):Supp. (1996)
Reports to the General Assembly (’97 Convention Reports) 54(5):23 (1997)
1998 Convention Special Section (’98 Convention Reports) 55(5):19 (1998)
Proceedings of the General Assembly (6/95 Session) 52(7):17 (1995)
Proceedings of the General Assembly (6/96 Session) 53(7):17 (1996)
Proceedings of the General Assembly (6/97 Session) 54(7):23 (1997)
Proceedings of the General Assembly (6/98 Session) 55(8):16 (1998)
Proceedings of the General Assembly (6/99 Session) 56(7):18 (1999)
Proceedings of the General Assembly (6/00 Session) 57(8):16 (2000)
Proceedings of the General Assembly (6/01 Session) 58(8):13 (2001)
Proceedings of the House of Delegates (1/95 Session) 52(3):18 (1995)
Proceedings of the House of Delegates (1/96 Session) 53(3):17 (1996)
Proceedings of the House of Delegates (1/97 Session) 54(3):18 (1997)
Proceedings of the House of Delegates (1/98 Session) 55(3):15 (1998)
Proceedings of the House of Delegates (1/99 Session) 56(4):18 (1999)
Proceedings of the House of Delegates (1/00 Session) 57(3):12 (2000)
Multidisciplinary Practice
A Choice of Adaptation or Marginalization Steven C. Nelson 56(8):27 (1999)
The Legal Profession at the Crossroads Phillip A. Cole 56(8):26 (1999)
Multidisciplinary Practice and Professional Independence Edward J. Cleary 56(8):18 (1999)
Multidisciplinary Practice: Minnesota Moves Forward Edward J Cleary 58(9):14 (2001)
Multidisciplinary Practice: One Year Later Edward J. Cleary 57(8):18 (2000)
Multidisciplinary Practice: Round One Wood R. Foster Jr. 56(8):5 (1999)
Multidisciplinary Practice: Report and Recommendations MSBA Multidisciplinary Task Force 57(5):34 (2000)
Nonprofit Management
Overbearing Oversight? Improving Accountability for Public Charities Ellen W. McVeigh and Eve R. Borenstein 62(5):26 (2005)
Patent Law
Business Method Patents: Protecting Inventions of Service Business Clients Michael Lasky and Peter H. Berge 62(8):26 (2005)
Privacy
Access to Court Records in Minnesota Gary A. Weissman and Donald A. Gemberling 65(4):29 (2008)
Personal Financial Privacy: Is Your Practice Subject to Gramm-Leach-Bliley? Karen L Grandstrand 58(8):23 (2001)
The Privacy Paradox Marshall H. Tanick 65(8):22 (2008)
Privacy Rights and Ethical Provisions Edward J. Cleary 56(5):20 (1999)
Protecting Personal Health Information: Standards for the Electronic Age Gordon J. Apple 56(11):28 (1999)
Reflections on Lake: The State of the Right to Privacy in Minnesota Marshall H. Tanick 57(9):41 (2000)
Through the Looking Glass Dale C. Moss 54(7):34 (1997)
Pro Bono Service
A Better Idea: Reporting Pro Bono Services Thomas J. Mielenhausen and Charles A Krekelberg 56(3):20 (1999)
Defining Ourselves as Lawyers James L. Baillie and Edward Q. Cassidy 52(5):37 (1995)

Enriching the Bankruptcy Practice Through Pro Bono

Hon Nancy Dreher

59(11):19 (2002)

Pro Bono Band of Brothers Jennifer L. Eichten 66(9):20 (2009)
The Pro Bono Challenge for Kids Chief Justice Kathleen Blatz 57(11):38 (2000)
Pro Bono Makes Cents: The Business Case For Pro Bono Roy S. Ginsburg 62(7):28 (2005)
The Public Good: Pro Bono and Public Interest Robert J Ambrogi 58(9):16 (2001)
Websites Support Poverty Lawyers Robert J Ambrogi 58(11):18 (2001)
Working Effectively With Pro Bono Clients Martha Delaney and Scott Russell 62(7):24 (2005)
Pro Se Litigation
Going it Alone: Pro Se Litigation Paul McEnroe 53(2):16 (1996)
Sharing the Experience: Assisting the Self-Represented Party John Del Vecchio 67(8):22 (2010)
Probate & Trust Law
Designing Planned Giving with the End in Mind David W Wick 58(9):30 (2001)
Estate Planning with Help from the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 55(2):22 (1998)
Estate Planning with Help from the Web Robert J Ambrogi 58(2):14 (2001)
Gift Transactions Under the Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney William S. Forsberg 56(8):41 (1999)
Guardianship and Conservatorship Proceedings: A New Approach Gregory R. Solum 60(7):23 (2003)
Icarian Estate Planning: Risks and Opportunities in the 2001 Tax Act William S Forsberg 58(7):22 (2001)
New Required Minimum Distribution Rules Ted Rice 58(4):32 (2001)
Shifts in the Estate Tax Landscape: The 2010 Tax Relief Act Christopher Burns and Amy Papenhausen 68(4):18 (2011)

Spendthrift Trust Rules: Should Minnesota Make Exceptions?

William S Forsberg

59(7):23 (2002)

Taking Your Own Estate Planning Seriously Shane Swanson 60(3):26 (2003)
Products Liability
New Developments in the Duty to Warn J. David Prince 61(10):16 (2004)
Professional Responsibility
20/20 Vision Kent Gernander 67(1):22 (2010)
55 Ways to Lose Your License Martin Cole 66(7):14 (2009)
Access to the Disciplinary System Martin Cole 65(7):16 (2008)

Accountability

Edward J Cleary

59(6):13 (2002)

Accountability or Overkill: Disciplining Private Behavior Edward J Cleary 58(2):11 (2001)
Advising the Business Client and Avoiding Trouble Edward J. Cleary 57(4):16 (2000)
Advisory Opinion Sampler Martin Cole 66(8):14 (2009)
Advertising: The Song That Never Ends Martin Cole 65(5):16 (2008)
Advisory Opinion Samplings Kenneth L. Jorgensen 61(9):14 (2004)
At Odds With Your Client Martin Cole 54(8):16 (1997)
Back to Basics Marcia A. Johnson 54(2):12 (1997)
Borrowing and Lending with Clients Marcia A. Johnson 52(7):14 (1995)
Changes at the Lawyers Board Charles E. Lundberg 55(5):28 (1998)
Character Martin Cole 65(11):16 (2008)
Character, Fitness & Redemption: Measuring Fitness to Practice William J. Wernz 64(9):18 (2007)
Client Security Board Martin Cole 68(8):12 (2011)
Client Security: Can We Do Even More? Martin Cole 58(6):14 (2001)
Coming In From the Cold: Suspension and Reinstatement Edward J. Cleary 54(10):18 (1997)
Communication With Persons Represented by Counsel Edward J. Cleary 56(4):22 (1999)
Comparing Discipline: Apples to Oranges? Martin Cole 63(9):14 (2006)
Complainant Appeals Martin Cole 67(10):12 (2010)
Compromise Martin Cole 68(7):14 (2011)
Concomitant Negotiations of Civil and Criminal Claims Timothy D. Webb 62(9):22 (2005)
Conflict Admonitions 1995 Marcia A. Johnson 53(3):12 (1996)
Conflicts and Prospective Client Consultations Kenneth L. Jorgensen 60(6):12 (2003)
Coping with the Couple-Client Phyllis “Phyl” Bean 64(3):24 (2007)
Counsel for the Organization: Employee Conflicts Kenneth L. Jorgensen 61(7):12 (2004)
Crossing State Lines: Multijurisdictional Practice Edward J. Cleary 57(9):29 (2000)
CyberEthics Eric. T. Cooperstein 55(6):17 (1998)
“Danger Ahead”: Ethics Guidelines for Lawyer-Mediators Carolyn Chalmers 63(3):27 (2006)
A Decade of Security Martin Cole 54(5):28 (1997)
Deconstructing Disbarments Edward J. Cleary 55(10):16 (1998)
Direct Adversity Conflicts Martin Cole 67(9):12 (2010)
Disability and Death: Ethical Concerns When Tragedy Strikes Edward J. Cleary 55(7):18 (1998)
The Disciplinary System and the Public Marcia A. Johnson 52(8):14 (1995)
Discipline for Failure to Pay Child Support Marcia A. Johnson 53(8):12 (1996)
Do Hard Times Yield Bad Ethics? Martin Cole 66(6):16 (2009)
Dollars and Sense Marcia A. Johnson 52(10):17 (1995)
e-Advice Martin Cole 63(6):14 (2006)
Electronic Communications with Clients: Minding the Ethics Rules and the CAN-SPAM Act William R. Denny 62(11):16 (2005)
Ethics Issues in ADR Practice Martin Cole 68(4):12 (2011)
Ethical Responsibilities for an Impaired Partner Kenneth L. Jorgensen 60(9):12 (2003)
Ethics 2000: A Preview Edward J. Cleary 57(2):15 (2000)
Ethics 2001: More Proposed Changes Edward J Cleary 58(8):16 (2001)
Ethics 2001: The Rules Take Shape Edward J Cleary 58(7):16 (2001)
Ethics Advisory Opinions Kenneth L. Jorgensen 60(7):12 (2003)
Ethics and the Board: The Court Draws the Line Edward J Cleary 58(5):24 (2001)
Ethics Assistance Via Technology Kenneth L. Jorgensen 53(6):15 (1996)
The Ethics Rules: Lost and Found Martin Cole 63(7):12 (2006)
Fee Disputes Martin Cole 68(3):14 (2011)
File Retention Policies and Requirements Kenneth L. Jorgensen 61(11):12 (2004)
Forming the Attorney-Client Relationship Edward J. Cleary 57(11):23 (2000)
Free Speech, Civility, and Harassment Edward J. Cleary 55(2):18 (1998)
Friends and Family Martin Cole 64(2):12 (2007)
Growing Old Together Martin Cole 65(4):16 (2008)
Guardians of Liberty Edward J Cleary 58(10):17 (2001)
The Hardiest Perennials Martin Cole 64(7):12 (2007)
Health Check Martin Cole 64(5):12 (2007)
Hello, Goodbye Martin Cole 65(2):14 (2008)
Hello, Goodbye: Changes at the Lawyers Board Edward J Cleary 58(4):12 (2001)
Honoring Financial Obligations Kenneth L. Jorgensen 54(6):16 (1997)
If It Ain’t Broke... Martin Cole 63(5):14 (2006)
Inexperienced & Solo Kenneth L. Jorgensen 62(5):12 (2005)
In-House Counsel and Unauthorized Practice Kenneth L. Jorgensen and Margaret Fuller Corneille 62(10):12 (2005)
In-Person Solicitation: Not for Lawyers Kenneth L. Jorgensen 61(8):12 (2004)
In Pursuit of Ethical Lawyering Charles E. Lundberg 61(2):14 (2004)
In Re Unprofessional Conduct of William J. Clinton Craig D. Klausing 57(7):18 (2000)

In Search of Ethics on the Internet

Robert J Ambrogi

59(4):20 (2002)

Integrity: That Initial Compromise Kenneth L. Jorgensen 61(3):14 (2004)
I’ve Had a Good Run Kenneth L. Jorgensen 62(11):12 (2005)
Keeping Up With the Neighbors Martin Cole 67(11):12 (2010)
Law Firm Hiring and Screening Martin Cole 65(9):16 (2008)
Lawyer Advertising Marcia A. Johnson 53(2):12 (1996)
A Lawyer Assistance Program and the Disciplinary Process Edward J. Cleary 56(7):22 (1999)
Lawyer Criminals Martin Cole 66(9):14 (2009)
The Lawyer Discipline System: What’s That? Timothy M. Burke 56(6):19 (1999)
A Lawyer Shall... Martin Cole 64(8):14 (2007)
Lawyers Board Proposes Opinion No. 20 Martin Cole 66(3):18 (2009)
A Lawyer’s Role Edward J. Cleary 54(11):20 (1997)

Lawyers Who Cost You Money

Edward J Cleary

59(5):17 (2002)

Lessons for Lawyers from the Enron Debacle

Edward J Cleary

59(4):16 (2002)

Life Begins at 40 Martin Cole 68(1):14 (2011)
Limiting Exposure to Complaints and Discipline Kenneth L. Jorgensen 60(10):12 (2003)
A Look Back, A Look Ahead Edward J. Cleary 54(9):28 (1997)
Making Private Discipline a Public Matter Charles E. Lundberg 60(2):12 (2003)
Mandatory Ethics CLE Martin Cole 64(9):14 (2007)
“Materially Limited” Conflicts: Learning by Example William J. Wernz 67(2):25 (2010)
Mediation, Arbitration, and Consumer Satisfaction Marcia A. Johnson 52(6):14 (1995)
Mentors, Supervisors and Professional Responsibility Martin Cole 64(6):14 (2007)
More Dollars and Sense Marcia A. Johnson 52(11):14 (1995)
More Than Just Lawyer Discipline Kenneth L. Jorgensen 61(6):12 (2004)
The More Things Change ... Marcia A. Johnson 53(5):15 (1996)
Multidisciplinary Practice: Minnesota Moves Forward Edward J Cleary 58(9):14 (2001)
Multidisciplinary Practice: One Year Later Edward J. Cleary 57(8):18 (2000)
Multidisciplinary Practice and Professional Independence Edward J. Cleary 56(8):18 (1999)
Musings on Noncooperation Marcia A. Johnson 53(9):20 (1996)
The Myth of Solo & Small-Firm Bias Martin Cole 64(11):14 (2007)
Negotiation Ethics William J. Wernz and David L. Sasseville 66(4):22 (2009)
New Directions in Professional Conduct: The Devil is in the Details Kenneth L. Jorgensen and William J. Wernz 62(8):14 (2005)
New Faces, New Spaces Marcia A. Johnson 52(4):19 (1995)
New Laws for Lawyers Edward J. Cleary 55(9):32 (1998)
New Rules Galore Martin Cole 66(5):20 (2009)
Noncooperation - Making a Bad Situation Worse Edward J. Cleary 57(10):20 (2000)
Nonrefundable Retainers & Other Oxymorons Kent A. Gernander 66(2):16 (2009)
The Obligations to Report and Retaliatory Ethics Complaints Edward J. Cleary 55(4):19 (1998)
OLPR Investigation Procedures Martin Cole 68(9):12 (2011)
OLPR Resources on the Web Timothy M. Burke 67(3):14 (2010)
Opinionated Martin Cole 66(10):18 (2009)

Opinions of the Lawyers Board

Charles B Bateman

59(10):12 (2002)

Opportunity (and Obligation) Knocks Judith M. Rush 68(11):12 (2011)
Our Collective Responsibility Martin Cole 66(11):18 (2009)
Overdraft Notification Betty M. Shaw 63(4):18 (2006)
Paying Attention to "Details" Marcia A. Johnson 53(7):14 (1996)
Presettlement Funding Agreements: Benefit or Burden? Kenneth L. Jorgensen 61(5):14 (2004)
Prior Discipline Aggravates Current Misconduct Kenneth L. Jorgensen 62(7):10 (2005)
Privacy Rights and Ethical Provisions Edward J. Cleary 56(5):20 (1999)
Professional Ethics and Elimination of Bias Martin Cole 68(5):18 (2011)

Professionalism and the Business Lawyer

William B Payne

59(8):31 (2002)

Professionalism Aspirations: Encouraging Professionalism Julius W Gernes 58(4):32 (2001)
Professionalism Lite: Aspiring to Civility, Idealizing the Past Bill Wernz 58(4):36 (2001)
Professionalism: More than Civility Edward J. Cleary 56(9):29 (1999)
"Recalibrating" Attorney Discipline Charles E. Lundberg 53(4):20 (1996)

Recent Developments at the Lawyers Board

Charles E Lundberg

59(9):12 (2002)

Reflections on Being Director

Edward J Cleary

59(8):12 (2002)

Reinstatement…Denied Martin Cole 65(8):14 (2008)
Repeal of Homestead Lien Ethics Opinion Kenneth L. Jorgensen 60(5):17 (2003)

Republican Party, et al. v. Kelly, et al.

Edward J Cleary

59(2):16 (2002)

Regulation of Lawyer Advertising Charles E. Lundberg 52(2):14 (1995)
Revealing Client Confidences Edward J Cleary 58(11):13 (2001)

The Role of Probation in the Disciplinary System

Betty M Shaw

59(7):12 (2002)

The Rules and Pro Bono Patrick Burns 63(8):14 (2006)
Sanctions: Protection or Punishment Marcia A. Johnson 54(4):12 (1997)
Scripting Contacts with Represented Persons Martin Cole 68(10):12 (2011)
Secret Recordings of Conversations Marcia A. Johnson 53(10):19 (1996)
Self-Reporting Malpractice or Ethics Problems Charles E. Lundberg 60(8):24 (2003)
Statistics, Statistics Kenneth L. Jorgensen 62(6):14 (2005)
Strange But True: Lawyer Discipline Cases Elsewhere Kenneth L. Jorgensen 62(4):14 (2005)
Succession Planning & Trusteeships Martin Cole 67(4):12 (2010)
Summary of Admonitions Marcia A. Johnson 52(3):15 (1995)
Summary of Admonitions Marcia A. Johnson 54(3):11 (1997)
Summary of Admonitions Edward J. Cleary 55(3):19 (1998)
Summary of Admonitions Edward J. Cleary 56(3):13 (1999)
Summary of Admonitions Edward J. Cleary 57(3):18 (2000)
Summary of Admonitions Edward J Cleary 58(3):11 (2001)

Summary of Admonitions

Edward J Cleary

59(3):14 (2002)

Summary of Admonitions Kenneth L. Jorgensen 60(4):13 (2003)
Summary of Admonitions Kenneth L. Jorgensen 61(4):24 (2004)
Summary of Admonitions Kenneth L. Jorgensen 62(3):14 (2005)
Summary of Admonitions Betty M. Shaw 63(3):17 (2006)
Summary of Admonitions Martin Cole 64(3):14 (2007)
Summary of Admonitions Martin Cole 65(3):16 (2008)
Summary of Admonitions Martin Cole 66(4):18 (2009)
Summary of Admonitions Martin Cole 67(2):16 (2010)
Summary of Admonitions Martin Cole 68(2):12 (2011)
Supreme Court Advisory Committee Report Martin Cole 65(6):14 (2008)
Suspended ... Hired? Martin Cole 67(7):12 (2010)
Three Rules of Professional Conduct Martin Cole 68(6):16 (2011)
Time is Money Martin Cole 67(6):14 (2010)
To Protect and Deter Martin Cole 67(8):12 (2010)
Trial Publicity: Lawyers and the Media Edward J. Cleary 56(2):18 (1999)
Trust Account Overdrafts Kenneth L. Jorgensen 52(5):20 (1995)
Trust Account Recordkeeping: Required Reading Martin Cole 64(4):14 (2007)
Truth or Consequences Martin Cole 60(11):12 (2003)
Two Decisions, Two Lessons Edward J. Cleary 56(11):17 (1999)
Update on Law Firm Departures Martin Cole 67(5):14 (2010)
The Use and Abuse of the Attorney-Client Privilege Edward J. Cleary 55(8):18 (1998)
The Value of Private Discipline Martin Cole 65(10):18 (2008)
Voluntary Pro Bono Legal Services Patrick Burns 52(9):16 (1995)
We Are Not Alone Martin Cole 64(10):14 (2007)
What We Don’t Do Martin Cole 63(10):11 (2006)
What Works Well and Why Kent Gernander and Charles Lundberg 63(2):12 (2006)
When a Beneficiary Asks You to Draft a Will Kenneth L. Jorgensen 60(8):11 (2003)
When a Friend or Relative Pays the Client’s Legal Fee Kenneth L. Jorgensen 62(2):11 (2005)
When the Lawyer Takes a Stake Edward J. Cleary 57(5):26 (2000)
When Firms Break Up Kenneth L. Jorgensen 54(7):26 (1997)

When Malpractice is an Ethics Issue

Martin Cole

59(11):10 (2002)

Where Do We Go From Here? Kenneth L. Jorgensen 60(3):12 (2003)
Winding Down, Closing Up or Selling Out Betty M. Shaw 61(10):12 (2004)
Withdrawing as Counsel Edward J. Cleary 56(10):22 (1999)
Year in Review: Opinions, Rules and Statistics Martin Cole 63(11):10 (2006)
Profiles
40 Years of 8th Circuit Jurisprudence: Highlights in the Career of Judge Gerald Heaney Marshall H. Tanick 64(3):18 (2007)
1995-96 MSBA President Lewis A. Remele Jr. Mary Lahr Schier 52(6):19 (1995)
1996-97 MSBA President John N. Nys Mary Lahr Schier 53(6):17 (1996)
1997-98 MSBA President Sheryl Ramstad Hvass Lucy A. Dalglish 54(6):25 (1997)
1998-99 MSBA President Mark W. Gehan: "A Lawyer’s Lawyer" Michael Vitt 55(6):25 (1998)
1999-2000 MSBA President Wood R. Foster: Man for the Millennium Wood R. Foster (interview) 56(6):27 (1999)
2000-01 MSBA President Kent A. Gernander: River Town Lawyer Amy Lindgren 57(6):23 (2000)
2001-02 MSBA President Jarvis C Jones: Change Master Amy Lindgren 58(6):19 (2001)

2002-03 MSBA President Jon Duckstad

Amy Lindgren

59(6):16 (2002)

2003-04 MSBA President James Baillie Amy Lindgren 60(6):16 (2003)
2004-05 MSBA President David Stowman: An Intensity for Life Amy Lindgren 61(6):17 (2004)
2005-06 MSBA President Sue Holden: Renaissance Woman Amy Lindgren 62(6):20 (2005)
2006-07 MSBA President Patrick Kelly: Driven to Serve Amy Lindgren 63(6):18 (2006)
2007-08 MSBA President: The Many Hats of Brian Melendez Amy Lindgren 64(6):18 (2007)
2008-09 MSBA President Mike Ford: The Profession, the Practice, and the Business of Law Amy Lindgren 65(6):18 (2008)
2009-10 MSBA President Leo Brisbois: Honoring the Less-Traveled Road Amy Lindgren 66(6):20 (2009)
2010-11 MSBA President Terry Votel: A Study in Cooperation & Teamwork Amy Lindgren 67(6):18 (2010)
2011-12 MSBA President: Brent Routman Amy Lindgren 68(6):18 (2011)

Integrating Scholarship, Teaching and Service: How Four Law Professors Make It Work

Sam Magavern

59(5):27 (2002)

Lawyers After Hours Jonathan Kalstrom 57(3):25 (2000)
A Lawyer’s Lawyer: Justice Mary Jeanne Coyne Mary Lahr Schier 53(10):27 (1996)
Lay Leaves Lasting Legacy Marshall H. Tanick 64(5):16 (2007)
Lincoln’s Minnesota Legacy Marshall H. Tanick and Phillip J. Trobaugh 66(2):25 (2009)
Minnesota Justice: A.M. ("Sandy") Keith Richard Ericson 55(2):25 (1998)

Remembering Judge Foley

Terry Walters

59(10):30 (2002)

Public Law
Defending Governmental Claims Kenneth A. Bayliss 53(5):23 (1996)
Finding a Useful Path Through the Immunity Thicket Michael K. Jordan 61(9):24 (2004)
Lex Circensis: Legal Issues in the Stadium Debate Scott Carlson 54(2):18 (1997)
Public Service
The Gift of Public Service Sen. Ember Reichgott Junge 57(3):37 (2000)
Real Property Law
Canceling Residential Purchase Agreements Larry M. Wertheim 61(5):18 (2004)
Eminent Domain Abuse in Minnesota Nick Dranias 62(7):19 (2005)

Federal Sites Offer Resources for Conveyancers

Robert J Ambrogi

59(10):14 (2002)

Government Property Takings: It’s Not All About Money Kirk A. Schnitker 55(3):37 (1998)

In the Shade of a Tree: Analyzing the Tree-related Legal Problem

Steve Pihlajaand Lorrie Stromme

59(3):21 (2002)

Limits of Urban Redevelopment? Kelo, Walser, and Condemnation in Minnesota Jeffrey W. Post and Melissa A. Baer 62(7):14 (2005)
A New Tool for Estate Planners: Minnesota’s Transfer on Death Deed Boyd K. Johnson 65(10):26 (2008)
Pursuing the Predators: Regulators’ Response to Mortgage Fraud Dulce J. Foster 64(8):18 (2007)

Real Estate and Economic Development: Improving the Public Subsidies Debate

Dr Thomas A Musil

59(4):35 (2002)

Recovering Lost Real Estate Commissions Thomas B. Olson and Scott M. Lucas 60(8)21 (2003)

Regulatory Takings Claims: Lessons from Palazzolo v. Rhode Island

Christopher Dietzen

59(2):27 (2002)

Residential Purchase Agreement Cancellation: 2005 Revisions Larry M. Wertheim 62(5):34 (2005)
Security Interests in a Contract for Deed: Effects of Revised UCC Article 9 Larry M Wertheim 58(6):24 (2001)
Trammels of the Tax Tangle: What Every Lawyer Should Know About the IRS Theodore M. David 62(3):20 (2005)
Understanding Foreclosures on Real Property Christopher A. Camardello 65(9):20 (2008)
Securities
NASD Arbitration of Securities Disputes Donald R. McNeil and Frederick Ramos 60(5):32 (2003)
Sports Law

The Legal Dimension of Major League Baseball’s "Contraction" Controversy

Ronald L Simon and Stephen F Simon

59(5):21 (2002)

Links, Lutefisk, and Litigation Marshall H. Tanick and Brian Dockendorf 60(5):21 (2003)
Play Ball: 50 Years of Twins Litigation Lore Marshall H. Tanick 67(4):16 (2010)
Tax Law
Icarian Estate Planning: Risks and Opportunities in the 2001 Tax Act William S Forsberg 58(7):22 (2001)
IRA Advantages: Too Good to Ignore Ted Rice 56(5):35 (1999)
More is Now Less: Taxability of Employment Settlements Richard A. Williams Jr. 54(4):17 (1997)
New Required Minimum Distribution Rules Ted Rice 58(4):32 (2001)
The Snowbird's Plight: Migratory Minnesotans Must Beware Where They Land William S. Forsberg 61(4):32 (2004)
Shifts in the Estate Tax Landscape: The 2010 Tax Relief Act Christopher Burns and Amy Papenhausen 68(4):18 (2011)
Technology
10 Essential Podcasts for Lawyers Robert J. Ambrogi 65(9):18 (2008)
10 Must-Have Sites for Lawyers Robert J. Ambrogi 54(6):20 (1997)
An Advanced Degree in Solo Practice Robert J. Ambrogi 67(5):16 (2010)
Among Recent Sites, Some Winners, Some Losers Robert J. Ambrogi 56(9):31 (1999)
ASPs Zero in on the Legal Market Robert J. Ambrogi 57(4):20 (2000)
Assorted Utilities, A Papal Pundit, and Griping Without Risk Robert J. Ambrogi 62(8):12 (2005)
Bankruptcy Lawyers Indebted to the 'Net Robert J Ambrogi 58(4):16 (2001)
Bankruptcy Lawyers Indebted to the Net Robert J. Ambrogi 61(2):16 (2004)
The Best Legal-Ethics Sites on the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 57(5):31 (2000)
Best of the Web for Lawyers Robert J. Ambrogi 55(3):24 (1998)
Best Sites for Securities Lawyers Robert J. Ambrogi 57(7):20 (2000)
Bloomberg Law: Can it be a Contender? Robert J. Ambrogi 67(2):18 (2010)
Bloomberg Law Gets an Upgrade Robert J. Ambrogi 68(7):16 (2011)
Bloomberg, Timekeeping, and Government 2.0 Robert J. Ambrogi 66(10):20 (2009)
A Brief Summary: Free Briefs on the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 60(7):14 (2003)
Browser Wars Robert J. Ambrogi 63(11):12 (2006)

Cache Clean Up: A Hodgepodge of Sites

Robert J Ambrogi

59(3):16 (2002)

Case Law Wants to be Free Robert J. Ambrogi 65(4):18 (2008)
Correspondence Courses for the Electronic Era Robert J. Ambrogi 57(11):25 (2000)
Correspondence Courses for the Internet Era Robert J. Ambrogi 62(3):16 (2005)
Could Podcasting be CLE's New Wave? Robert J. Ambrogi 62(4):16 (2005)
Crowdsourcing the Law & Other Innovations Robert J. Ambrogi 67(7):14 (2010)
Daubert Tool Lets Lawyers Track Expert's History Robert J. Ambrogi 60(4):15 (2003)
Discovering E-Discovery on the Web (Part I) Robert J. Ambrogi 64(9):16 (2007)
Discovering E-Discovery on the Web (Part II) Robert J. Ambrogi 64(10):16 (2007)

E-Discovery: Unearthing Documents Byte by Byte

Robert Keena

59(3):25 (2002)

Electronic Contracting & Record Keeping Jennifer C. Debrow and H. Allen Blair 57(10):38 (2000)
Electronic Filing in Minnesota Michael R. Schechter 57(3):31 (2000)
E-Mail Ethics: Watch that Spam Robert J. Ambrogi 54(8):19 (1997)
Embarking on the Ethernet: Ethics, Practice & the Internet Susan B. Ross 55(2):32 (1998)
The Emerging Tech Challenge to the Legal Profession Richard Zorza 58(8):37 (2001)
Estate Planning with Help from the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 55(2):22 (1998)
Estate Planning with Help from the Web Robert J Ambrogi 58(2):14 (2001)
Estate Planning with Help from the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 61(8):14 (2004)
Face-Off: Casemaker vs. Fastcase Robert J. Ambrogi 66(7):16 (2009)
Finding a Job Using the Internet Robert J. Ambrogi 54(10):23 (1997)
Finding Federal Court Opinions Online Robert J. Ambrogi 55(7):23 (1998)
Food Allergies and the Law Robert J. Ambrogi 64(3):16 (2007)
For Research Services, It’s a Horse Race Robert J. Ambrogi 55(9):35 (1998)
For the ABA, It's One Win, One Loss Robert J. Ambrogi 68(4):14 (2011)
Four Unique Sites Launched Robert J. Ambrogi 67(4):14 (2010)
Free Software on the Internet Robert J. Ambrogi 54(11):24 (1997)
From Giving Discounts to Deciding Disputes Robert J. Ambrogi 68(11):14 (2011)
Getting to Know the Supreme Court Robert J. Ambrogi 57(2):18 (2000)
Google Gets Into Case Law Search Robert J. Ambrogi 67(1):24 (2010)
Help in Managing Your Law Practice Robert J. Ambrogi 57(8):21 (2000)
Information Security and the Legal Profession Frank P. Andreano 57(10):26 (2000)
Information Technology: The Dark Side of Sunsetting Jen S. Salyers 60(4):25 (2003)
Infrastructure for the Information Age George Fremder, Jr. 57(2):26 (2000)
Internet's Second Coming? Robert J. Ambrogi 63(8):16 (2006)
IP Blogs: Pocket Parts for a Digital Age Robert J. Ambrogi 61(10):14 (2004)
In Search of Ethics on the Internet Robert J. Ambrogi 55(10):21 (1998)
The Internet is Rich in Environmental Resources Robert J Ambrogi 58(5):24 (2001)
Internet Marketing: Alternatives to the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 54(2):16 (1997)
Is Blogging Dead? Think Again Robert J. Ambrogi 67(8):14 (2010)
Katrina Resources on the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 62(10):14 (2005)
Keeping Up with the Federal Courts Robert J. Ambrogi 68(10):14 (2011)
Keeping Your Data Safe & Secure Robert J. Ambrogi 66(2):18 (2009)
Laughing at Lawyers and the Law Robert J. Ambrogi 61(7):14 (2004)
Law Blogs: Alive & Well Robert J. Ambrogi 67(11):16 (2010)
Law Schools Continue to Innovate Online Robert J. Ambrogi 66(5):22 (2009)
The Law in the Palm in Your Hand Robert J. Ambrogi 57(6):20 (2000)
Lawyers as Pundits, By Way of the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 60(3):14 (2003)
Legal Community Comes to the Aid of its Own, Online Robert J Ambrogi 58(10):19 (2001)
Legal News Via the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 55(4):22 (1998)
Legal Technology Buying Guides Robert J. Ambrogi 64(4):16 (2007)
Lexis Unveils Tool for Small Firms Robert J. Ambrogi 67(10):14 (2010)
Lexis, West Unveil Internet Services Robert J. Ambrogi 54(9):30 (1997)
Lexis-Nexis’ Web-Based Research Robert J. Ambrogi 54(5):30 (1997)
A Look Back at Sites Launched in 2004 Robert J. Ambrogi 61(11):14 (2004)
Managing Knowledge Management Via the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 60(5):19 (2003)
Managing Litigation Via the Web Robert J. Ambrogi 56(11):20 (1999)
Many "BLAWGS" Provide Practical Information Robert J. Ambrogi 60(2):14 (2003)
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Doug Rosenoff

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Robert J Ambrogi

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Robert J Ambrogi

59(6):15 (2002)

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Robert J Ambrogi

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Social Networking Sites: The Next E-Discovery Frontier Shannon Awsumb 66(10):22 (2009)
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Thinking Outside the Box: Recent Developments in Electronic Discovery Michael C. McCarthy 61(11):16 (2004)
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Untangling the Web of Domain Registration Robert J. Ambrogi 56(7):25 (1999)
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Robert J Ambrogi

59(5):19 (2002)

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Will Lawyers Catch Google's Next Wave? Robert J. Ambrogi 66(11):20 (2009)

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Robert J Ambrogi

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Zeitgeist to Zillow Robert J. Ambrogi 63(7):14 (2006)
Torts
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Finding a Useful Path Through the Immunity Thicket Michael K. Jordan 61(9):24 (2004)
Invasion of Privacy: Minnesota’s New Torts Eric Jorstad and John Borger 55(9):38 (1998)
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New Window on Tort Claims Jonathan M. Bye and Eric J. Peck 55(5):40 (1998)

The Permanent Impact of September 11th

Joseph S Lawder and Stephen P Watters

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Topical Sites for Tort Lawyers Robert J Ambrogi 58(3):18 (2001)
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Workers Compensation
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Worker’s Compensation as a Shield Ansis V. Viksnins 52(9):23 (1995)