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Vol. 61, No. 5 May/June 2004

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Canceling Residential
Purchase Agreements
Two new statutory procedures for cancellation of residential purchase agreements may expedite resolution of disputes over entitlement to earnest money, but buyers must beware if the seller initiates cancellation for failure of a condition.
By Larry M. Wertheim

Changing Times: A Tale of Three Torts
Minnesota Supreme Court decisions in the last year have substantially undercut causes of action for privacy, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and wrongful discharge.
By Marshall H. Tanick


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President's Page:
Toward an Ideal System for Delivery of Legal Services
by James L. Baillie

Professional Responsibility: Presettlement Funding Agreements: Benefit or Burden?
by Kenneth L. Jorgensen

Lawyer at Large:
Marketing 101: How to
Annoy your Clients

by Michael Vitt

The Minnesota Lawyer
Placement Protocol

by Nathan Krahn


Notes & Trends
Commentaries on developments in the law.

Opportunity Market
Classified ad listings from Bench & Bar.

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