Crossing the t’s and Dotting the i’s

By Eric Magnuson

March 15, 2013

One of the things that I came to miss most while I served as chief justice was the regular phone calls I had received in private practice from lawyers around the state who had questions on appellate practice and procedure. The conversation usually started with something like, "I just want to buy five minutes of your time." While an attractive offer, I explained that doing a conflict search, opening a file and billing for five minutes of work was probably not cost effective. Read more about why it's important to cross the t's and dot the i's. 

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Eric J. Magnuson


Chair, Appellate Practice
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