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New Legislation Abolishes Statutory Immunity for Guardians Under the Probate Code

The new legislation provides a cause of action to hold a guardian personally liable for any harm caused to a person subject to a guardianship.

Minnesota Passes Expanded Worker Misclassification Bill

All businesses should be aware of the new Minnesota law impacting the classification of independent contractors.

New Legislation Resolves Jurisdictional Question in Trust Proceedings

Governor Tim Walz signed legislation that amended the Minnesota Trust Code and clarified jurisdiction in Minnesota trust proceedings.

FTC Issues Final Rule Banning Non-Compete Clauses; Labor Department Releases Rule on Overtime

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a final rule that bans non-compete clauses nationwide in most contexts, and the U.S. Department of Labor released a final rule raising the salary thresholds for overtime exemptions.

How the Proposed EU Artificial Intelligence Act May Impact Your Business

The AI Act applies to EU member states and foreign companies that sell or use AI in the EU. Examples include U.S. companies that offer access to AI applications as a service or on-premise.

Which Bad Act Broke the Camel's Back? Minnesota Supreme Court Rules Trustees May Be Removed for a Series of Small Breaches

The cumulative effects of a trustee's multiple "improprieties" amounted to a serious breach of his duties, the court said.

Is Your Privacy Policy Current? What You Don't Know Can Hurt Your Business

If more than six months have passed since your company's privacy policy was updated, changes will be necessary to stay in compliance.

Still Have Questions About Minnesota's New Earned Sick and Safe Time Law?

The new law went into effect on Jan. 1 and applies to all businesses with employees in Minnesota.

4 Estate Planning Resolutions to Make for the New Year

Take these steps to ensure your legacy is preserved and your loved ones provided for.

Preparing Your Company for the Corporate Transparency Act

The law was enacted to make it harder for criminals, terrorists, and other illicit actors to hide their identities and launder money through anonymous shell companies.

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