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What Were You Reading About In 2020 At Legal Examiner?

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Especially in 2020 it’s been great to have a forum to talk about making the world safer, but even more important has been the opportunity to learn from Legal Examiner and great lawyers across the country. Here’s the list of what the most viewed pieces have been for 2020.

Yes, It Is A CRIME To Violate The Stay-At-Home Order,    MAR 23, 2020

U of M Physician Targeted Several Groups – Part II – Pilots and Other Professionals   MAY 18, 2020

U of M Reportedly Shuttled Students in to See Dr. Anderson for Unnecessary Exams  JUN 17, 2020

Family Found to Have Met Burden of Proof that Gardasil Caused Daughter’s Death  FEB 20, 2019

CDC: Drivers Should Not Wear Masks While Driving,   APR 27, 2020

New Class-Action Lawsuit Seeks Damages for Those Who Purchased Metformin,  APR 21, 2020

University of Michigan’s Dr. Robert Anderson Abuse Cases Set to Begin Mediation in September.      JUN 24, 2020

U of M Physician Targeted Several Groups – Part III – LGBT & Vulnerable Students  MAY 21, 2020

New Stimulus Package Broadens Unemployment Eligibility and Increases Amount Available   MAR 27, 2020

Executive Order No. 2020-21 And Its Effect On Your Business,    MAR 23, 2020

Here is the top ten from our St Cloud blog.

Here is the top ten from our Minneapolis blog.

Worth reading also :

Top 10 Civil Justice Stories of 2020: Part OneRICHARD SHAPIRO  DEC 28, 2020

Top 10 Civil Justice Stories of 2020- – Part II (i.e. Top 5)RICHARD SHAPIRO  JAN 3, 2021

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