Advising Minnesota Corporations and Other Business Organizations - Second Edition

Advising Minnesota Corporations And Other Business Organizations - Second Edition

by Roger Magnuson , Richard Saliterman
3.71 of 5 Votes: 4
2330 Pages
Juris Publishing, Inc. , 01.10.2011
Juris Publishing, Inc.
A Comprehensive reference and treatise, Advising Minnesota Corporations and Other Business Organizations examines thoroughly, with detailed commentary and analysis, the issues confronting a business, from initial promotion and start-up, through governance, financial distress, confrontation and litigation, to dissolution. It answers the most critical questions that arise at a board meeting, discussing internal corporation decisions, and offers advice on external legal issues including advertising, labor and employment, international trade, copyright and intellectual property, bankruptcy, and domestic relations. Written by two leading authorities and boasting over 30 contributing authors who practice variously at large full-service law firms, "in house," and in smaller specialized firms; Advising Minnesota Corporations and Other Business Organizations is a required resource and reference work for every Minnesota lawyer. Business lawyers and general counsel will find this work indispensable, and lawyers in every area of practice will use this treatise to address common problems arising in the context of the business lives of their clients.   Value Package

Roger J. Magnuson is a Partner at Dorsey and Whitney, LLP, where he serves as Head of the National Strategic Litigation Group and has practiced since 1973. Mr. Magnuson received his Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University. He then attended and graduated from Harvard Law where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review. He turned down a Supreme Court clerkship in order to receive his second law degree from Oxford University.

Mr. Magnuson has been recognized as one of the top trial lawyers in the United States by major national and international publications, including Chambers International Guide to American Lawyers, which profiles the top 500 trial lawyers in the United States, Best Lawyers in America, Who's Who in American Law, and Who's Who in America. Mr. Magnuson was also recognized by a Journal of Law and Politics' survey for Judge's Choice "Wins Most Cases."

Some high profile cases that he has litigated include representation of the Florida Senate in the Bush v. Gore election controversy in 2000; and representation of the Plaintiffs in the widely publicized and studied Mall of America case. For several years he has represented, among other persons and entities, the Minnesota Twins and Major League Baseball principals and players in litigation; and has litigated national and local cases in federal and state court venues. He has appealed before the Supreme Court in a number of cases; as well as the Minnesota Supreme Court. He has authored several articles and 7 books.


Richard A. Saliterman is a Principal in Saliterman & Siefferman P.C., a full-service firm in Minneapolis established in 1976. Mr. Saliterman received his B.A. from University of Minnesota, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. He then went on to obtain his J.D. from Columbia Law School where he was a teaching fellow in antitrust under Professor Harlan Morris Blake, one of the early editors of the Human Rights Law Review. Shortly after receiving his J.D., Mr. Saliterman obtained his L.L.M. from New York University Law School.

Mr. Saliterman is a leading expert on corporate business matters, and is the author of several publications on business start-ups, antitrust and real estate law. His publications also include various articles, university-level law reviews and several non-university associated law reviews. Mr. Saliterman has extensive experience with corporate business matters and has spent several years as a business law litigator as well as general counsel for many small and medium capitalized businesses and their owners. Mr. Saliterman is the former National Judge Advocate for the U.S. Navy League, based in Washington D.C.


Contributing Editor:
Amanda Chang

Contributing Authors:
Alecia Anderson
Seth Back
John Baker
Shannon Berg
Constatin Burachek
Benjamin Carpenter
Ryan Check
Carl Christensen
Peter Fear
Michael Frasier
Aaron Hall
Catherine Hanson
Paul Harman
Amy Ithlan
Michael Kern
Chris Kuhlman
Brett Larson
Joshua Lederman
Karen Lundquist
James Magnuson
Jennifer Mead
Rao Menier
Heidi Miller
Rachael Moxon
Oliver Nelson
Scott Peitzer
Mitchell Skinner
Jonathan Stechmann
Lael Weinberger
Jonathan Wilson
Alex Zumbulyadis