Tips for Advancing Your Case to the MN Supreme Court

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April 15, 2009

For most parties, filing a petition for further review is the only way to overturn an unfavorable decision made by the court of appeals. However, the chances of receiving discretionary review by petition is low, only about 10 percent. Briggs and Morgan shareholders Diane B. Bratvold and Sam Hanson offer tips for advancing to the Minnesota Supreme Court in “The Next Big Step: Appeals to the Minnesota Supreme Court,” which appeared in the April 2009 issue of Bench & Bar of Minnesota.