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The 2021 Minnesota Legislative Session Outlook included conversation on a divisive election, a global pandemic, civil unrest and a dismal economic forecast.
On November 12, 2020, members of our Tax Litigation Group addressed the top ten myths about changing your Minnesota residency, including myths such as: there is an all-inclusive binding checklist for changing residency, you can’t keep any MN contacts after you leave, and there is a medical exception to residency.
In November 2020, our Employment & Labor Group hosted a series of webinars on popular employment and labor law topics, including employee benefits, remote workers and litigation trends in the COVID-19 era.
During the Health Law Webinar on November 11, two experienced employment law counselors and litigators discussed ongoing challenges health care employers are facing during the pandemic and highlight emerging issues on the horizon.
In this webinar, attorneys from Fredrikson & Byron’s Immigration Group as they discuss what the 2020 election results mean for U.S. immigration.
Fredrikson & Byron’s International Group discusses the major legal and financial aspects of distributing and selling products overseas.
On October 8, 2020, attorneys from our Immigration Group discussed strategies for essential foreign workers.
This webinar, presented on October 14, 2020, discussed practical tips for addressing a problem that every lawyer and compliance professional has struggled with, including several specific examples.
This session explores the considerations sellers should be aware of and discuss some strategies to consider when looking to mitigate state tax risks associated with such discussions.
On October 27 & 29, 2020, attorneys in Fredrikson & Byron’s Employment & Labor Group presented the Annual Employment & Labor Law Seminar in an online format.