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Property: Right Outcome, Wrong Reason—Gill V. Gill, 919 N.W.2d 297 (Minn. 2018), Wendy Cicotte Jan 2020

Property: Right Outcome, Wrong Reason—Gill V. Gill, 919 N.W.2d 297 (Minn. 2018), Wendy Cicotte

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Criminal Law: The System Is Rigged: Criminal Restitution Is Blind To The Victim's Fault—State V. Riggs, Ryan Anderson Jan 2017

Criminal Law: The System Is Rigged: Criminal Restitution Is Blind To The Victim's Fault—State V. Riggs, Ryan Anderson

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Property: A Missed Opportunity: Minnesota Supreme Court Shies Away From Clarifying The Discovery Rule To Toll The Statute Of Limitations In Construction-Defect Litigation—328 Barry Avenue, Llc V. Nolan Property Group, Llc, Sonali Garg Jan 2017

Property: A Missed Opportunity: Minnesota Supreme Court Shies Away From Clarifying The Discovery Rule To Toll The Statute Of Limitations In Construction-Defect Litigation—328 Barry Avenue, Llc V. Nolan Property Group, Llc, Sonali Garg

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Torts: No Statutory Interpretation Required—Guzick V. Kimball, Marcus Jardine Jan 2017

Torts: No Statutory Interpretation Required—Guzick V. Kimball, Marcus Jardine

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