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Resource ID: #9010
Subject: Courts
Source: Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine
Date: 1992-03-01



Minneapolis St. Paul magazine raises questions regarding the will of a reclusive Chicago businessman, who left control of his $100 million-plus fortune to the Mayo Foundation, which owns the Mayo Clinic; finds that his will was altered four times during the last 18 months of his life, during which time he was at Mayo and under the care of its doctors; the late changes were drawn up by lawyers from the law firm which also represents the Mayo Foundation; relatives claim the clinic exercised "undue influence" over the dying man, March 1992.

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