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Posted April 17, 2014

MSBA Names Tracy J. Van Steenburgh Certified Civil Trial Law Specialist

The Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) announced that Tracy J. Van Steenburgh has been named an MSBA Board Certified Civil Trial Law Specialist. To earn this certification, which is given to fewer than three percent of all licensed Minnesota attorneys,Tracy …

Posted March 18, 2014

Major Changes in Store for Classifying Worker Overtime Status?

In what could be a key factor for the upcoming mid-term elections, President Obama last week directed the Department of Labor to propose revisions to its rules for enforcing the Fair Labor Standards Act. After reviewing the directive’s language, Nilan Johnson Lewis’ …

Posted March 18, 2014

Major Changes in Store for Classifying Worker Overtime Status?

Nilan Johnson Lewis labor and employment attorney Joe Schmitt analyzes President Obama’s recent push for expanding overtime rules, notes how the implications could go far beyond increasing time-and-a-half wages SUBJECT: In what could be a key factor for the upcoming …

Posted December 16, 2013

To Be or Not to B-Corp: Whether ’Tis Nobler

Nilan Johnson Lewis attorney Heidi Neff Christianson, Vice-President of the Minnesota State Bar Association Business Law Section, shares insights   MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., December 16, 2013 — Minnesota may soon be adding another type of organizational entity to the roster of …

Posted September 11, 2013

You’ll Be Hearing From My Paralegal

Tech-Savvy Paralegals Data-Crunching Their Way to Integral Legal Services Role SUBJECT: It’s no secret that law firm clients are looking for more economical configurations from their outside lawyers these days. What may be more surprising, however, is that an important …

Posted August 30, 2013

Employers Provided Guidance by IRS on Impact of Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

Since the June 26, 2013 United States Supreme Court ruling in United States v. Windsor, individuals and employers across the country have eagerly awaited guidance from the IRS on how the ruling affects employee benefits, specifically how health insurance benefits …

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