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Marketing to Foreign-Born Clients
Law firms whose marketing strategy fails to differentiate among the range of publics in need of legal services may be missing out on a significant opportunity. While there’s much to learn about marketing and providing services to those whose language and culture may be unfamiliar, becoming the go-to firm for one of these target markets can bring significant rewards.
By Nina Ivanichvili

Expecting Inevitable Disclosure
Increasing emphasis on intellectual property disputes, coupled with increasing employee mobility, has spawned an increase in trade secrets litigation. Minnesota courts have yet to adopt a bright line rule to determine when disclosure of trade secrets is inevitable, but a number of factors can  be identified that will likely be considered.
By Thomas Propson and Livia Babcock



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