Fredrikson & Byron’s 2019 Session Outlook event provided an early opportunity to hear from legislative leadership in preparation for the January 8 start of session.
In the face of the nagging problem of fake products posing as genuine goods in online marketplaces, major e-commerce platforms are continuing to refine their strategies to address counterfeiting.
It is time to start preparing for H-1B cap season once again! This year, USCIS has proposed a new rule to implement a registry program requiring the sponsoring employer to electronically register online prior to formally submitting an H-1B petition with USCIS.
The arrest of Meng Wanzhou, one of China’s leading tech executives, highlights the broad reach of U.S. sanctions and the increasing boldness with which the U.S. government is acting to control the conduct of foreign actors. But U.S. companies engaged in global trade should also remain vigilant and take precautions to avoid tripping over the lines.
Fredrikson & Byron attorney Mercedes McFarland Jackson has been elected to a three-year term as a member of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Fredrikson & Byron shareholder Aubrey J. Zuger was named a “40 Under 40” honoree by Prairie Business magazine.
This past July, the agencies released updated versions of several Interagency documents, one of which was the Interagency Bank Merger Act Application.
Due to recent amendments to the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act, banks and other lenders who make loans to limited liability companies (LLCs) formed in the state of Delaware should carefully review their loan documents and modify restrictive covenants related to mergers, reorganizations, acquisitions, dispositions, and similar transactions to address a newly created form of transaction called a “division.”
Blockchain technology has created quite a stir. Entire industries are scrambling to understand how blockchain works and how it affects their universe.
Lawsuit Challenges New USCIS Policy on 'Unlawful Presence' for Foreign Students and Exchange VisitorsCategory: Legal Update, News
Several institutions of higher education have challenged a recently announced Trump administration policy, effective August 9, 2018, changing the calculation of the number of days of "unlawful presence" for nonimmigrant foreign students.