Parker Daniels Kibort represents clients appealing commercial property tax assessments. Commercial property owners commonly challenge tax assessments for four reasons:
Minnesota's recent passage of the Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair (CROWN) Act marks a major victory for anti-discrimination and equality efforts in the workplace.
In recent years it’s been more likely than not that a separating employee (whether voluntary or involuntary) will receive a severance agreement from his or her employer, which contains a general release of legal claims.
In recent years, more and more employers have required their workers to sign non-compete agreements, which forbid the workers from taking new jobs at other companies in the same industry after leaving the old employer.
On January 5, 2023 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) proposed a ban on non-compete agreements, which would free up workers to take new jobs with competing companies, or start their own competing businesses, without fear of being sued by their former employers.
Ideally, buyers of a limited liability company will sign a written agreement that describes what they own and how the LLC will be run – and they will follow the rules they made in their agreement.
If you have been on planet earth over the last several years you know cryptocurrencies have been all the rage, with Bitcoin’s price reaching an all-time high of more than $63,000 in April of 2021 after rocketing up from only $8,000 the year earlier.
Plaintiffs sometimes opt to bring claims under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”) in state court, even though the FDCPA is a federal law prohibiting abusive collection methods nationwide. Because state court FDCPA cases remain the exception, rather than the rule, questions of standing are still generally resolved by...
Businesses enter commercial contracts based on expectations (or guesses!) about future market conditions. Some expectations are inherently uncertain. Will demand for a product grow? How much? Will new competitors emerge? If uncertain events play out differently than hoped and a contract becomes unprofitable, the business is usually out of luck. ...
The Uniform Law Commission (“ULC”) recently published the final Uniform Restrictive Employment Agreement Act (“Act”). Restrictive employment agreements – or restrictive covenants – are agreements that restrict an employee from working after the employment relationship ends.