Most employment relationships in Minnesota are “at will.” That means they can be terminated at any time, for any reason, or even no reason (except
Four Trepanier MacGillis Battina P.A. attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2021 edition of Minnesota Super Lawyers ® magazine: TMB shareholder Craig W.
President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. signed an Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy (“Order”) on July 9, 2021. The Order includes a
It is every property owner or residential landlord’s worst nightmare: you discover that a trusted employee, who may have been in your employ for years,
The Minnesota Vulnerable Adults Act (the “MVAA”) protects Minnesota’s most vulnerable citizens from maltreatment by implementing a mandatory reporting scheme. Knowledge of the MVAA is
TMB shareholders Craig W. Trepanier and V. John Ella were featured in the June 2021 issue of Attorney at Law Magazine in a piece called
TMB attorneys Nick Sperling and V. John Ella have co-authored a publication for Minnesota CLE entitled Legal QuickSheet (TM) on Employee Monitoring and Workplace Privacy.
Despite Minnesota’s plaintiff-friendly Whistleblower Act, a recent decision by the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals shows that employers can still succeed in getting whistleblower claims
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz signed into law Chapter 30 HF 2128 (the “Health Bill”) on May 25, 2021, which, among other things, includes amendments to
(This article was originally published in Bench & Bar Magazine in July 2020 as “Not So Fast – Termination of Sales Rep Agreements Under Minnesota