In a previous article, we discussed the various ways the coronavirus may impact Minnesota businesses. The potential economic impact of COVID-19 came into sharp focus on March 26, 2020, when Governor Walz issued Executive Order 20-20. This order requires “all persons currently living in Minnesota” to stay at their home or residence, with some exception… View Article
Within a relatively short amount of time, the coronavirus disease has impacted the economic landscape around the globe. Coronavirus has spread to approximately 150 countries as of the time of this writing, including all 50 states. Minnesota is no exception. In response to the threat posed by the coronavirus, on March 16, 2020, Governor Walz… View Article
Though employee handbooks are common in modern employment relationships, handbooks vary significantly in the legal protections they provide. A well-drafted handbook provides helpful guidance to employees, serves as a valuable tool for an employer, and may even give businesses an edge in litigation. If drafted poorly, a handbook may have unintended consequences and may cripple… View Article
My last post on web/app accessibility issues was in 2014. Since then, the issue has surfaced for clients very infrequently. However, the recent holding from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, that Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act required Domino’s Pizza to make its websites and mobile applications accessible to… View Article
The HSR Act requires that parties to a merger and acquisition transaction (which includes more than you might think), file with the Federal Trade Commission and US DOJ and deal with a waiting period if the transaction or parties (or both) are above certain thresholds (and does not fall within an exemption). The FTC’s legally… View Article
Minnesota Employers Should Call Their Attorney Immediately if They See One of these Red Flags Minnesota laws impose many requirements on employers. Concerns about violating these laws can keep a business owner up at night. Without an audit by an experienced employment law attorney, employers are often operating in the dark and may fail to… View Article
Perhaps you saw the warnings throughout 2019 regarding the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) going into effect on January 1, 2020. Maybe you also saw that the CCPA applies to a large swath of companies throughout the world, including many companies with no physical presence in California. The steep penalties for non-compliance with the CCPA,… View Article
Tesla, Inc. and the National Labor Relations Act: A Reminder that Labor Law Applies to Nearly All Employers If you think your business is immune from unions and union laws because you have not signed a collective bargaining agreement – think again. Many small to medium sized businesses believe they cannot be charged with violating… View Article
On August 1, 2019, Minnesota added new laws, and amended existing laws, to curb wage theft. In addition to increasing the penalties for wage theft, the changes require employers to provide specific notices to their employees and to maintain additional records in their personnel files. These new laws also provide $3.1 million in funding to… View Article
We are excited to announce that Jason S. Raether, Esq. has joined Pruvent PLLC as an attorney/member. Jason’s practice is focused on business and commercial litigation. He uses his substantial experience handling cases involving breach of contract, contract enforcement, employment/labor law, construction defects, and shareholder disputes – to provide resolution to clients in time of… View Article
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