The Minnesota Supreme Court recently issued two decisions affecting employers in the state. In one, the high court overruled a 30-year-old precedent
Employers and health plans should be aware that two recent federal decisions have recognized that the non-discrimination provision in the Affordable
If you own or lease commercial property in Minnesota, you may be at risk of being named in a series of lawsuits targeting Minnesota business owners
A Minnesota resident lost his bid to show that state laws and rules under which he lost driving privileges due to several driving-while-impaired (DWI)
H.F. 2300 would add an additional protected class to the Minnesota Human Rights Act. The Minnesota Human Rights Act already prohibits employment
On November 7, 2012, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Minnesota issued a press release announcing that it would review approximately 12 restaurants to determine whether they are in compliance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for places of public accommodation.
A recent case from the Minnesota Court of Appeals noted a significant difference between the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Minnesota Human Rights Act (MHRA).
There is one thing I know for sure: If you have camping reservations at a state park over the Fourth of July, you should make other plans.
A federal jury recently awarded a former Seagate Technology engineer $1.9 million on his claim that he was wrongfully "hired" by the company.
With today's high operations tempo, thousands of Minnesota service members have been called to duty overseas, gaining accolades from Governor Tim Pawlenty, who said that "the Minnesota spirit of service is one of the things that makes our state so special."