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Professional Insights by Margo Brownell Featured in Insurance Journal Article on Inadequate Sublimit Coverage for Property Owners Impacted by the 2020 Minneapolis Riots

The article discusses how commercial property owners in Minneapolis whose businesses were destroyed by fire during the riots are discovering that they don't have enough insurance coverage to clear the debris.

Catherine Ahlin-Halverson Recognized as a 2020 Minnesota Lawyer Diversity & Inclusion Honoree for Contributions as Director of Maslon UPLIFT

The award celebrates individuals and organizations that have contributed in a meaningful way to enabling diversity and inclusion within Minnesota's legal community.

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Julian Zebot and Nate Ajouri Co-Author Article on Hindsight Bias in Trust Litigation for American Bar Association's Real Property, Trust & Estate Law eReport

The article explores some of the matters in which courts have found trustees liable for investment decisions that may have seemed reasonable at the time and applies lessons learned from the aftermath of the Great Recession to gain insight on how to protect trustees during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Doug Holod Authors Article on New Opportunities For Second Wave of Restaurant Chain Bankruptcy Filings for Modern Restaurant Management

In the article, Doug explores the recent history of restaurant chain bankruptcy filings pre-COVID, the industry impact of COVID-19, and how the upcoming onslaught of bankruptcy filings could

The "Reading of the Will" and Other Common Myths About Death and the Probate Process

The COVID-19 pandemic has motivated people of all ages to create, revise, or finalize their estate planning documents. While creating wills, trusts, health care directives, and powers of attorney can seem overwhelming, understanding some of the common myths and misunderstandings...

FFCRA Update: Department of Labor Revises Regulations, Largely Rejects SDNY Court Ruling

The DOL has issued new regulations in response to the August 3 SDNY Federal Court ruling, modifying two rules and providing additional legal justification to reaffirm its stance on intermittent leave and the work availability rule.


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