Briefly: 8th Circuit Introduces Quality Control Aid for Briefs
By Eric Magnuson and Sandra Badin
September 27, 2022
The very first article we wrote in this column emphasized the importance of paying attention to the rules governing the perfecting of appeals. See, Eric J. Magnuson, Magnuson: Crossing the t's and dotting the i's, Minnesota Lawyer (March 15, 2013). Over the years, we have continued to write articles on the theme of paying attention to the rules, including reviewing why rules exist and the perils of trying to skirt them.
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