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Volume 37: Issue 1

The Future of Elder Law Practice and Recent Minnesota Supreme Court Decisions: Case Notes

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The Future of Elder Law

Rebecca C. Morgan
The Future of Elder Law Practice©

Nina A. Kohn
The Lawyer’s Role in Fostering an Elder Rights Movement

Dr. Israel (Issi) Doron
Municipal Elder Law: An Exercise in Legal Futurism

Marshall B. Kapp
Older Clients with Questionable Legal Competence: Elder Law Practitioners and Treating Physicians

Kathryn Tucker
Elder Law: Counseling Clients Who Are Terminally Ill

Alfred J. Chiplin, Jr., Christine Fung, and Gilly Knox
Medicare Coverage of Power Mobility Devices: Tips and Reminders

Kristina Ebbott
A “Good Death” Defined by Law: Comparing the Legality of Aid-in-Dying Around the World

Robert A. Mead
Unpublished Opinions and Citation Prohibitions: Judicial Muddling of California’s Developing Law of Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Committed by Health Care Providers

Recent Minnesota Supreme Court Decisions: Case Notes

Jeff Holth
Civil Procedure: I Win, You Pay: Considerations of Efficiency and Fairness in Minnesota Appellate Litigation of Attorney’s Fees—T.A. Schifsky & Sons, Inc. v. Bahr Construction, LLC

Daryl Fuchihara
Contracts: A Million Dollar Mistake—Business Bank v. Hanson

Courtney A. Lawrence
Criminal Law: Too Much of a Good Thing: Limiting the Scope of the Scales Recording Requirement to Custodial Interrogations Conducted in Minnesota—State v. Sanders

Christian J. Hansen
Property: Innovations to Historic Legal Traditions—Jackson v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.

Brian D. Bender
Torts: The Failings of the Misfeasance/Nonfeasance Distinction and the Special Relationship Requirement in the Criminal Acts of Third Persons—State v. Back

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