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Vol. 60, No. 8 September 2003

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Quasijudicial and Quasilegislative Hearings in Minnesota Law

Administrative decisions by an agency or local government entity can often be appealed, but it may be difficult to determine which route to take.
By David Schultz

Recovering Lost Real Estate Commissions
Minnesota statutes suggest that a real estate broker is an independent contractor who can rely on the commission salesperson statute to recover lost commissions.

By Thomas B. Olson and Scott M. Lucas

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President's Page: The Decline in Civic Participation: Bowling Alone
by James L. Baillie

Professional Responsibility: When a Beneficiary Asks You to Draft a Will
by Kenneth L. Jorgensen

Lawyer at Large: Self-Reporting Malpractice or Ethics Problems
by Charles E. Lundberg

Essay: The Power of Attorneys
by Dennis Archer


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