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46 Bench & B. Minn. 1 (1989)

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                                                                                          January 1989/Vol. 46, No. 1
                                                                                                             ISSN 0276-1505
                                                                                                             USPS 050-060

                                 of MINNESOTA


Judson Haverkamp

Assistant Editor
Jeann6 Rass

Publications Assistant
Jerry Dow

MSBA Executive Committee
A. Patrick Leighton, President
Ralph H. Peterson, President-elect
Thomas W. Tinkham, Secretary
Robert J. Monson, Treasurer
Robert A. Guzy,
   Vice President-Outstate
Helen I. Kelly, Past President
Tim Groshens, Executive Director

Bench & Bar Committee
Michael J. Vitt, Chr.
Catherine A. Cella
Sue K. Dosal
Mark F. Hansen
Ruth M. Harvey
Douglas R. Heidenreich
Erik W. Ibele
Sara D. Jay
Lois J. Lang
Charles E. Lundberg
John E. MacGibbon
Tim J. McGuire
Robert W. Plunkett Jr.
Martha Simonett
Marshall H. Tanick
Eileen M. Wells
Mary Ann Wray

  1989 Minnesota State Bar Association.
Bench & Bar of Minnesota (ISSN 0276-1505) is an
official organ of the Minnesota State Bar Association.
Neither the association nor the editors, however,
assume responsibility for statements or expressions of
opinions by contributors.
  Second-class postage paid at Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Published 11 months of the year. May/June combined-
Suite 403, 430 Marquette Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55401,
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which is included in dues, Nonmembers $20.00 per
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POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Bench & Bar,
Suite 403, 430 Marquette Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55401.
Editorial Policy. The opinions expressed in
Bench & Bar are those of the authors and do not
necessarily reflect association policy or editorial
concurrence. Publication of advertisements does not
constitute ai) endorsement. The editors reserve the right to
accept or reject prospective advertisements in accordance
with their editorial judgment.

   In This Issue...
     Attorneys responding to a Fall 1988 survey reported that keeping current with changes in
   the law is a major challenge they face. Whether the issue is the output of appellate opinions or
   the rapidly shifting complexion of bills wending through the legislative process, staying up-to-
   date requires constant effort. Four features in this issue are crafted to help alleviate this
   0 In Keeping Current, a broad range of attorneys skilled in particular areas of the law offer
   their comments on leading resources to consult regarding current developments in those areas;
   * More Than Just Books offers anecdotal insight on the multiple ways in which the
   resources of the Minnesota State Law Library may be tapped to supplement your own library
   and research tools;
   * Concerned with pending legislation? Mike Flanagan offers tips on Tracking Legislative
   Developments through resources of the House, Senate, MSBA, and other organizations;
   a And Kathleen Bedor rounds out coverage of the issue with her review of two new
   publications from R.R. Bowker & Co. which are designed to aid in mastering the fields of
   estate planning and real property law.
   * Is your client's product being knocked off by an unscrupulous competitor? Tony Eggink
   and Gerry Laurie suggest that a remedy is available in the Lanham Act, even when the
   product is not otherwise protected by patent, trademark, or copyright.
   - The annual index to Bench & Bar appears in this issue.
   --The Editors
   Cover Illustration by Rick Korab

Table of Contents

Keeping Current: Tracking Changes in the Law         .................... 14
More Than Just Books: The Minnesota State Law Library - -
   by Marvin Anderson, Daniel Lunde, and Susan Larson ........... 23
Hanging Copycats By Jury: A Remedy for Knock-Offs -
   by Gerald T Laurie and Anthony G. Eggink          ...........       ..... 29
Bench & Bar Index -      1988 ..................................              32

Tracking Legislative Developments -       by Michael L. Flanagan ....... 27

Bowker's Law Locator Series -      by Kathleen Bedor ................ 28

President's Page -   Looking On the Bright Side ................                3
Initial D iscovery ...........    .............     ..........                  4
Professional Responsibility Board -
   Changes, Changes .....................                ................ 12
Minnesota Supreme Court ............................                    ...   34

Judicial Law   ..........
Personal Notes .....
Opportunity Market

.. 45

The Bench & Bar of Minnesota, January 1989/1

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