Recent Developments in Minnesota Law
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RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN MINNESOTA LAW
Eric S. Janus
Jeffrey A. Ehrich
A Legacy of Scholarship: The Judicial Decisions of Justice Samuel L. Hanson
Peterson v. Balach, Obvious Dangers, and the Duty of Possessors of Land in Minnesota
Kevin M. Decker
The Filed-Rate Doctrine: Leaving Regulation to the Regulators
Mehmet K. Konar-Steenberg
In re Annandale and the Disconnections Between Minnesota and Federal Agency Deference Doctrine
Corwin R. Kruse
Adding a Bit More Bite: Suggestions for Improving Animal-Protection Laws in Minnesota
RECENT MINNESOTA SUPREME COURT DECISIONS
Civil Procedure: Narrowed Lens; Clearer Focus: Considering the Use of De Novo Review in Indian Child Welfare Proceedings--In re Welfare of Child of T.T.B.
Contracts: The Price of Dignity is $3.19: Should Mutual Mistake Apply to the New WIC Tobacco Rule? Hy-Vee Food Stores v. Minnesota Department of Health
Christina M. Mann
Torts: Respondeat Superior and the CDA: Letting the Superior Off the Hook--Urban v. American Legion Department of Minnesota
Criminal Law: Hankerson v. State--The Double Jeopardy and Offensive Collateral Estoppel Issues that Attend Retrying Aggravating Factors
Katherine L. Johansen
Property: Adventures in Boondoggle? The Unnecessary (and Inaccurate) Legislative Intent Analysis of Lietz v. Northern States Power Co.
TOBACCO LAW SYMPOSIUM
D. Douglas Blanke & Kerry Cork
Exploring the Limits of Smoking Regulation
David Sweanor, J.D.
A Canadian's Perspective: Limits of Tobacco Regulation
Going Too Far? Exploring the Limits of Smoking Regulations
James L. Repace
Benefits of Smoke-Free Regulations in Outdoor Settings: Beaches, Golf Courses, Parks, Patios, and in Motor Vehicles
Whose Life Is It Anyway? Employer Control of Off-Duty Smoking and Individual Autonomy
Micah Berman, J.D. & Rob Crane, M.D.
Mandating a Tobacco-Free Workforce: A Convergence of Business and Public Health Interests
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