There are many things in life where “close enough” will work, but when it comes to filing a financing statement in a secured loan transaction, getting the name of the debtor “close enough” just won’t do.
Minimum wage hike initiatives continue to garner press attention and momentum nationwide. Lobbying and pressure on the national, state and local levels continues, and a growing number of states and cities have responded.
As of January 1, 2018, all Minnesota limited liability companies (LLCs) will be governed by Minnesota’s new LLC statute, Chapter 322C, including LLCs formed under the predecessor LLC statute, Chapter 322B. Chapter 322C is different in significant ways from Chapter 322B.
Fredrikson & Byron announces the addition of two new associates to the firm.
Fredrikson & Byron shareholder Laura J. Danielson has been elected president of the Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers (ABIL).
Fredrikson & Byron Shareholder Karen G. Schanfield has been appointed to the Jewish Metropolitan Council.
Each year, anti-counterfeiting initiatives occupy a greater role in intellectual property portfolio strategy—but what are counterfeits, again?
Fredrikson & Byron shareholder Kevin C. Riach has been announced as a 2017 Attorney of the Year honoree for the second time in his career by Minnesota Lawyer magazine.
This week we will take a look at two more examples of commonly negotiated terms.
USCIS recently announced that employers have received scam emails requesting Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, information.