Category Archives: attorney-client

2017-2018 Minnesota Case Law Update

The annual 2017 – 2018 Minnesota Case law update is located here at 2018 Minnesota Case Law Update. Advertisements

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The attorney-client relationship dies with the client (attorneys can’t appeal for a dead client but the personal representative may be able to appeal).

Billy Richard Glaze v. State of Minnesota, ___ N.W.2d ___, (Minn. 2018); A16-2028, filed March 21, 2018. The client was convicted of first degree murder and second degree intentional murder during sexual assaults in 1989. In 2007 the client petitioned … Continue reading

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New Malpractice Analysis for Transactional Lawyers

Frederick v. Wallerich, ___ N.W.2d ___ (Minn. 2018). A lawyer wrote an ante nuptial agreement for a client that was not properly executed (it did not have two witnesses). About 1 year later that same lawyer wrote a will for … Continue reading

Posted in Ante Nuptial, Attorney fees, attorney-client, Malpractice, probate, Some Damage, trust, Uncategorized