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A Survey and Update on Developments in Minnesota and Around the Country.       

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Traditional understanding of modern notice pleading and its relationship to Rule 12.02(e) motions. The advent of substantive notice pleading in the federal courts: Twombly and Iqbal, how the MN Supreme Court has addressed the rule before and after, and the future of Minnesota's Pleading and Rule 12 Motion practice.

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Make no mistake: the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure and General Rules of Practice for the District Courts are different, and you need to know about those changes. This seminar will present information on the extensive background work that went into amending the rules, how they are intended to improve the civil justice system in Minnesota, and perhaps most importantly, how they will affect your day-to-day litigation practice.

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Rasmussen v. Two Harbors Fish Company was a case decided by both the Minnesota Court of Appeals and then the Minnesota Supreme Court.  The case concerned several issues, including the amount of proof necessary to show sexual harassment, who may be liable for such harassment, particularly in situations where the employer is medium-sized or small, and how the employer is organized (corporation, partnership, etc.) may affect liability.

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Bike Law 2014
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Will Twombly and Iqbal Alter Minnesota’s Standards for Pleading and Rule ...
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Making Sense of the New Minnesota Civil Rules: How the Rules Changed and Why.
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Discussion of the Sexual Harassment case of Rasmussen v. Two Harbors Fish Company
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