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June 7, 2013

The Minnesota Legislature recently passed, and the Governor has signed, an omnibus tax bill which has wide-ranging tax consequences. Many of those consequences have been covered by local media, and the Henson Efron Estate Planning, Probate, and Trust Administration attorneys would like to share a few concerns regarding the estate and gift tax changes. Minnesota Tax […]



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January 8, 2013

The Minnesota Board of Pharmacy has elected Henson Efron attorney Stuart T. Williams as its vice president for 2013. The Board’s seven members are appointed to four-year terms by the Governor. Of the seven members, five Board members must be pharmacists, and the other two public members. The Minnesota Board of Pharmacy is responsible for the […]



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December 13, 2012

The Minnesota Board of Nursing, the state’s second-largest health licensing board, re-elected Henson Efron shareholder Stuart T. Williams as its vice president to a full-year term for 2013. The Minnesota Board of Nursing is responsible for licensing and regulating more than 110,000 nurses and all nursing school programs in the state of Minnesota. Williams has served as […]



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August 11, 2011

The Minnesota Board of Nursing, the state’s second-largest health licensing board, today elected Stuart T. Williams as its vice president. Williams is a principal practicing in the business litigation group at Henson Efron, P.A., a 32-attorney firm focusing in corporate, litigation, family, estate planning and real estate law. The Minnesota Board of Nursing is responsible […]



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December 1, 2010

Christopher J. Burns, a partner at Henson Efron, P.A., in Minneapolis, has been named to the Dean’s Council at the College of Business and Economics at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Burns, a Woodbury resident, is a 1995 graduate of UWRF. The Dean’s Council will advise Dean Glenn Potts on the structure and content of […]



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