A night of anarchy left local business and citizenry looking for leadership, which was in short supply.
Responding to the coronavirus pandemic, the prestigious law firm reduces expenses to match a tough economic environment.
Force majeure clauses and common law remedies could help businesses that can’t meet contract obligations. But no agreement is the same.
The former Democratic presidential candidate has proposed new legislation that would narrow antitrust immunity and enable civil penalties.
The direct-to-consumer retail company filed for bankruptcy after weaker-than-expected sales performance and debt in excess of $460 million.
The money will go toward remediating PFAS contamination in Michigan drinking water.
The two owners are alleged to have misused customers’ payments for 20 years.
The news follows a settlement with another internet provider earlier this month.
On the heels of three lawsuits, Attorney General Keith Ellison’s office has opened an investigation into the legitimacy of Otto Bremer Trust’s sale of Bremer Financial shares.
Internet and cable provider CenturyLink has agreed to pay $8.9 million for overcharging Minnesota customers since 2011, attorney general Keith Ellison says.
Sixteen employees have filed a class action lawsuit alleging the trustees’ actions violate fiduciary duty and shareholder rights.
In an official response to the suit filed by Bremer Financial Corp. board members, Otto Bremer Trustees deny all allegations and double down on plans to sell Bremer Bank.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says the company knowingly marketed its product toward youth.
Seven of the bank’s board members have filed a complaint calling the sale a “hostile takeover” attempt.
In September, Minnesota attorney general Keith Ellison and several other leaders filed a court motion to block the “final conscience” rule, which would have allowed individuals to refuse to provide health care services that violated their personal beliefs.
The announcement marks the latest in a string of law firm mergers over the years.
The Ramsey County District Court found that R.J. Reynolds Co. failed to comply with financial terms of a 1998 settlement between the state and the tobacco industry for smoke-related health care costs.
An investigation found violations of wage, overtime, and record-keeping laws. A total of $367,359 was consequently owed to 162 employees.
Twin Cities attorneys analyze the impact of the Defend Trade Secrets Act as well as how evolving IP law applies to videos and software.
The combined firm will likely make more acquisitions over the next few years, leaders say.