Minnesota practitioners are left wondering how these new rules differ from those with which they are familiar.Read More »
On the evening of June 24, 2016 Frank Baker’s life changed.Read More »
With a new president on the federal level and a new majority in the Minnesota Senate, what should we expect for the craft beverage industry in 2017?Read More »
In Frauenshuh, the Minnesota Court of Appeals affirmed a trial court’s decision to award the homeowner’s association more than $75,000 in costs and disbursements.Read More »
Patent Jury Trials: Do Administrative Proceedings at the U.S. Patent Office Undermine Patent Owners’ Right to a Jury?
The U.S. Supreme Court has said that patent infringement cases must be tried to a jury. A patent owner’s Seventh Amendment right to a jury is a powerful tool against infringers.Read More »
Taking a look at the profitable benefits of LPM and five tips to successfully implement.Read More »
The uncertainty and confusion caused by the United Kingdom’s vote to exit the European Union earlier this year can be felt across all areas of business law—intellectual property law included.Read More »