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Does an Employment Discrimination Claim in Minnesota Survive the Death of the Claimant?

USA - July 24 2017 Given the length of discrimination litigation and the sometimes shortness of life, the following question can arise: Will an employment discrimination...

For Minnesota Employers: All Quiet on the 2017 Capitol Front

USA - July 11 2017 The 2017 Regular and Special Sessions ended with an almost record lack of impact for Minnesota employers. There were no changes to Minn. Stat. 181...

“Pre-emption”: On a One-Way Ticket to Nowhere?

USA - May 17 2017 A “Pre-emption” or a uniform labor standards bill is a reaction in the Minnesota Legislature to the passage of sick time ordinances in Minneapolis and...

For Whom the Statute Tolls: A Nuance in the Minnesota Human Rights Act Important to Employers

USA - May 11 2017 A distinguishing characteristic of employment discrimination claims in their short statute of limitations - for Minnesota Human Rights Act claims the...

The Next Wave: Minnesota Metro and the $15 Minimum Wage

USA - February 23 2017 Moving beyond earned sick leave and safe time ordinances, it is very likely that this year the Minneapolis and St. Paul City Councils will take on the...