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.
The merger is aimed at expanding the Midwestern firms’ geographic footprint.
In a letter to the Department of Justice, Klobuchar asks for an investigation following news reports of the two companies failing to comply with conditions of their 2010 merger.
The acquisition is aimed at boosting the law firm’s capabilities in issues related to immigration and visas.
Feds have approved the T-Mobile/Sprint deal, but it’s still clouded by antitrust litigation.
Defendant used “sham businesses” and created a “fake religious organization” to hide income and assets
The ordinance was first proposed in June, following the Minnesota Legislature’s passage of a law that made wage theft a crime.
Two days after the bodies of the couple were found in their home, the Medical Examiner determined both died from multiple gunshot wounds—Irwin by suicide, Alexandra by homicide.
Breaking down Minnesota's path(s) toward legal recreational use of pot.
Covidien will pay millions to the Federal, California and Florida state governments for allegedly providing services to physicians who bought its ClosureFast catheter.
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Public Record Media files appeal to district court decision which kept details under wraps.
The charges were brought against Jerome Robert Hennessey after an investigation found he’d committed mail fraud and tax evasion while working at the Ashby Farmers Co-Operative Elevator Company.
Rhode Island-based UNFI alleges that during the transaction process, the advisors on its $2.9 billion deal for Eden Prairie-based Supervalu last July schemed UNFI out of more than $140 million.
The deceased parents of Jayme Closs were both longtime employees of Jennie-O Turkey Store, a subsidiary of Hormel Foods.
Two Eagan men who own and operate Shogun Burnsville allegedly used sales suppression software to cheat the State of Minnesota out of sales tax revenue over a three-year period.
Less than three months after he and fellow landlord Spiros Zorbalas agreed to an $18.5 million settlement on a class-action lawsuit, Frenz has been charged with falsifying evidence in a tenants’ remedies court case.
The medical device giant isn’t admitting wrongdoing in any of the cases but will pay $13 million in relation to its own STRATIS Registry, and the remaining amount for issues involving products and activities of two subsidiaries: Covidien and ev3.
A former city facilities supervisor, Ronnie Eugene Taggart, plead guilty in May to receiving about $58,532 in bribes and kickbacks in exchange for city contracts. The sentence also includes two years of probation.