Fredrikson & Byron shareholder Lora Friedemann has been recognized as one of Minnesota’s most powerful business leaders in the 2020 edition of the Minnesota 500.
Attorney Soobin Kim has joined Fredrikson & Byron as an officer in the Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity and International Groups.
To what extent may a company regulate employees’ use of social media?
What do health care employers need to know about the revised definition of health care providers who can be exempted from FFCRA leave?
Fredrikson & Byron has achieved Mansfield Certification and Certification Plus status from Diversity Lab for demonstrating a commitment to boosting representation of diverse lawyers in law firm leadership.
Attorney Roxanne Thorelli has joined Fredrikson & Byron in the Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity and Public Companies Groups.
Once there is a COVID-19 vaccine, can an employer mandate that its employees be vaccinated?
While many would define the “crop year” to be the time between harvests, that definition can cause confusion in long-term agricultural leases, especially where the tenant-farmer intends to raise different crops during the lease term.
Fredrikson acted as legal counsel to OSI Inc. in connection with the execution of a purchase agreement to sell 100 percent of the company’s equity in a $1.6 billion transaction with Emerson Electric Co.
Fredrikson & Byron has elected 15 new shareholders: Katherine A. Charipar, Michael R. Cummings, Tracy L. Deutmeyer, Jennifer L. Hodge Burkett, Mercedes McFarland Jackson, Lynn S. Linné, Kiel C. McElveen, Pari I. McGarraugh, Alissa N. Mitchell, Kendra D. Simmons, Ryan M. Spanheimer, Erik A. Splett, Anupama D. Sreekanth, Jeffrey J. Steinle and Kyle W. Ubl.