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In December, the Minnesota Supreme Court in In Re Polaris formally adopted the “predominant purpose test” to determine whether a document that contains both legal and business advice is entirely protected by the attorney-client privilege.
In Minnesota, what threshold must an underlying complaint meet to implicate an insurer’s duty to defend an insured defendant?
Last week, the Minnesota Court of Appeals issued an opinion that clarified a nuanced and oft-overlooked aspect of Minnesota law.
Closely following in the footsteps of Washington and Virginia, on February 22, 2021...
A buyer enters into a big contract. The “seller” emails wire instructions to the buyer. The buyer wires funds to the “seller’s” account. The real seller never receives the funds. What happened?