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Vol. 61, No. 10 November 2004

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New Developments in the Duty to Warn
A recent Minnesota Supreme Court case clarified many aspects of the law governing product liability failure-to-warn cases, but may also have provided the basis to argue that the supplier’s duty to warn has been broadened.
By J. David Prince

A Win Without Losers: Risk-free Risk Assessment Through Mediation
Mediation, governed by ethical rules of its own even in the context of other ADR methods, offers litigants a unique opportunity to determine for themselves how their matter will be resolved, with assurance of a competent, fair, and confidential process.
By J. Mark Catron


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President's Page:
Frivolous Lawsuits
by David Stowman

Professional Responsibility:
Winding Down, Closing Up or Selling Out
by Betty M. Shaw

Lawyer at Large:
Making Your Practice More Convenient
by Trey Ryder

Judicial Independence as a Campaign Platform
by Shirley S. Abrahamson


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