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The Anti-Bullying Legislative Movement:  Too Quick To Quash Common Law Remedies?
According to a recent survey, thirty-seven percent of U.S. workers have been bullied on the job.  One researcher found that bullying was four times more common than sexual harrassment.  Modifying the common law to redress severe status-neutral harassment is a workable solution to fight the problem.
By Sarah Morris

A New Tool for Estate Planners: Minnesota’s Transfer on Death Deed
With the advent of Minnesota’s law authorizing transfer on death deeds, attorneys have a new tool to use in estate planning.  After appropriate forethought, TODD could be a helpful addition to any attorney’s estate planning toolbox.
By Boyd K. Johnson

Minnesota’s Constitution: An Essential Tool in Search and Seizure Cases
The state Constitution provides protection independent of the federal Constitution.  But its effectiveness as an independent source depends on lawyers remembering to use it and to articulate the basis for applying it.
By Kenneth F.  Kirwin



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