A sneak peek into which companies were sued for discriminating, retaliating or harassing employees was revealed in July.
Michael Tobak pled guilty to using assets from the business to cover personal expenses and make multi-million dollar investments.
The former auto dealer owner has been in prison since 2010. His sentence is set to end in about one year’s time.
Kim Lund, who owns one-quarter of the Lunds & Byerlys grocery chain, sued to cash out her stake.
President Trump’s campaign focused on disrupting the status quo. Now attorneys say it’s unclear how far Trump will go to overhaul immigration, labor and environmental laws that affect Minnesota businesses.
Tuesday’s suit was the second false claims case against the insurer in two weeks.
Eyebobs slapped Snap with a trademark infringement suit late last year.
Christopher Barry faces up to two-and-a-half years of imprisonment.
The city hopes the ordinance will curb tobacco usage among its younger residents and set an example for other cities to follow.