A bank’s data processing agreement is typically one of its most important contracts—yet, it is frequently entered into without legal review, or without even being read.
When an older woman entered her local bank, the teller on duty immediately noticed something was wrong.
The IRS audit rules for all partnerships (including LLCs that are taxed for income tax purposes as partnerships) have changed dramatically.
Attorney John H. Stout was named a member of the 2018 (Real) Power 50 by Minnesota Business magazine.
Last week we talked about a unique bidding process, which ended up being a success for the selling bank. This week we will look at an example of how not to conduct an auction.
Attorney Alissa N. Mitchell has joined Fredrikson & Byron as a senior associate in the Real Estate, Bank & Finance and Renewable Energy Groups.
Immigration Bills Fail in Senate, Including DACA; House Bill's Prospects Appear Dim; Second Court Enjoins DACA RescissionCategory: Legal Update, News
Four immigration bills failed in the U.S. Senate, and a House bill appears doomed. Also, a second court enjoined DACA rescission, with a nationwide preliminary injunction while lawsuits proceed. The decision included certain limitations.
President Donald Trump signed a National Security Presidential Memorandum to establish a National Vetting Center "to coordinate the efforts of departments and agencies to better identify individuals seeking to enter the country who present a threat to national security, border security, homeland security or public safety."
State of the Union Speech Outlines Immigration Reform Proposal; White House Releases 'Framework' on Immigration and Border SecurityCategory: Legal Update, News
President Donald Trump outlined several immigration-related themes during his State of the Union address on January 30, 2018. Also, the Trump administration released its "Framework on Immigration Reform & Border Security" on January 25, 2018.
Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) introduced the "Immigration Innovation (I-Squared) Act of 2018" in the U.S. Senate on January 25, 2018. The bill (S. 2344) would authorize additional visas for “well-educated aliens” to live and work in the United States.