New Rules for Nonprecedential Opinions Minnesota Lawyer

August 10, 2020

Effective Aug. 1, the Rules of Appellate Procedure provide explicit direction regarding not only the precedential limits of such opinions, but also how the parties and the Court of Appeals address the question of publication.

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