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Maslon Partner Steve Schleicher Continues Service as Special Assistant Attorney General on AG Ellison's Prosecution Team in the Trial of Derek Chauvin

Steve was one of four attorneys from both private practice and in house appointed by Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison to serve, on a pro bono basis, as a member of the prosecution team.

Michael Sampson Featured in Construction Magazine Network Article on Family Business Trusts

The article discusses ways businesses of all sizes can establish business trusts to solve critical problems, including to avoid probate and protect assets.

Susan Markey and Melissa Muro LaMere to Co-Present at Advent Talent Group's Spring Employment Law Update

During the program, Susan and Melissa will discuss the latest issues and solutions around "return to work," employee testing and vaccination, and more.

Julian Zebot to Serve on Panel at ABA's 33rd Annual Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Virtual National CLE Conference

During the program, panelists will explore issues that may arise in the context of vulnerable adults who are being preyed upon by their caretakers, including the effect of COVID-19 on prevention and discovery.

Sarah Horstmann Discusses Enforcing Noncompetition and Nonsolicitation Agreements for ABA's Sound Advice Podcast

Sarah discusses how employers with multi-state workforces can best position themselves to enforce noncompetition and nonsolicitation agreements with their employees.

David Suchar Authors Article on Insurance Coverage for COVID-19 Commercial Losses for Engineering News-Record

The article discusses a variety of construction industry COVID-19 impacts that may be recoverable by way of insurance—contrary to the popular misconception that commercial losses caused by COVID-10 are not insured.

DOJ Brings First Criminal Enforcement Action Arising from No-Poach Agreements

The indictment, alongside the HR guidance released by the DOJ and the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") in October 2016, may have implications for employers.


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