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Minnesota attorneys discuss creating relevant guidance for online work life.
A U.S. Senate Finance Committee report based on thousands of documents from Medtronic adds to the controversy surrounding the company’s bone-growth product Infuse, but Medtronic said that it “vigorously disagrees” with the committee’s claims.
The State of Minnesota and law firm Covington & Burling, LLP, are appealing a recent decision that barred the firm from representing the state in a suit against 3M.
Minnetonka Moccasin said Target began selling shoes with “a beaded thunderbird design nearly identical” to its own design after the Minnetonka company passed on an opportunity to sell its products in Target stores.
Prince pays his property taxes . . . eventually.
John Markert was found guilty in April of five counts of misapplication of bank funds; he allegedly helped arrange $1.9 million in fraudulent loans to cover expected overdraft fees resulting from a customer’s “check-kiting” scheme.
George Wintz, who in April was found guilty of two counts of bank fraud and one count of theft from an employee benefit plan, was sentenced for his role in a “check-kiting” scheme.
The owner of The Wirth Companies and developer of major Minnesota projects like the Grand Lodge Hotel Waterpark in Bloomington was sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison and ordered to pay $6.46 million in restitution.
New York Mills-based Lund Boat Company and its parent company reached a settlement with the federal government over alleged hiring discrimination; the companies admitted no wrongdoing.
Golden Valley-based furniture company Room & Board and the Roseville City Council are the latest to announce that they formally oppose the so-called "marriage amendment."
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