• Erik Drange
    Attorney of the Month Erik Drange

    A Balanced Approach to the Law By Haley Wilson Freeman Attorney Erik Drange has made his mark on the Minnesota legal landscape as both a private and in-house practitioner. He recently joined Christensen, Fonder, Dardi & Herbert PLLC,...

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  • Cadem Law Group
    Law Firm of the Month Cadem Law Group

    About More Than Just Winning By Haley Wilson Freeman Christopher Cadem entered the University of Minnesota Law School with the aim of leveraging his legal education in the business sector. By the time he graduated, cum laude, he...

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  • Ye Xu
    EB-5 RFEs And NOIDs Trend: Third-Party Currency Exchangers

    By Ye Xu In 1990, Congress created the employment- based fift h preference (EB-5) program in order to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors. Through this program, qualified foreign investors, their...

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  • Mary Knoblauch
    Private Agreements Do Not Rule When It Comes To Enforcing Remedy Provisions Of Non-Competes

    By Mary Knoblauch The interplay between two well-recognized legal principles came into sharp focus in a case recently decided by the Minnesota Supreme Court. The right of private individuals and businesses to agree upon a particular remedy for...

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  • Heather Tabery
    Supporting Transgender Employees

    By Heather Tabery The word transgender has been embroiled in controversy. When Bruce Jenner openly transitioned to Caitlyn Jenner, the public fervently debated whether or not she deserved the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2015 ESPYs. Restroom...

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  • James L. Young
    The Amazon Trademark Race. Who Wins?

    By Z. Peter Sawicki and James L. Young We have written several times about counterfeit products being sold on Amazon. The Amazon selling platform welcomes all sellers and buyers. As a result, it has become so vast that...

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  • Eric Nasstrom of Morrison Sund
    Notice is Given: Strict Compliance Required for Serving Eviction Summons

    By Ryan Dreyer & Eric Nasstrom Ryan Dreyer and Eric Nasstrom practice real estate and construction litigation at Morrison Sund PLLC where they represent lenders, title insurers, property owners, developers, contractors and others with their litigation needs....

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  • Common Bankruptcy Practice Waives Attorney-Client Privileges: A Cautionary Tale

    By Amanda Schlitz Amanda Schlitz focuses her practice on bankruptcy litigation at the Minneapolis office of Stinson Leonard Street (http://stinsonleonardmerger.com/). Providing practical and strategic advice on complex bankruptcy issues, Amanda represents banks, committees, secured lenders, publicly and...

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  • Lead Conversion: How Attorneys Can Convert More Browsers Into Buyers

    By Stephen Fairley How do you help a client who doesn’t know what’s best for them and focuses on the wrong area? I work with hundreds of law firms every year and one of the most common...

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  • Easy, Essential SEO for Lawyers and Law firms

    By Janet Ellen Raasch Janet Ellen Raasch is a writer, ghostwriter, copyeditor and blogger at Constant Content Blog who works closely with professional services providers – especially lawyers, law firms, legal consultants and legal organizations – to...

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