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Recent cases address criminal court closures

Lockouts are in vogue these days. In labor management relations, a “lockout” occurs when management bars employees from working following expiration of a collective bargaining agreement. It usually results in some downtime, followed by negotiation and implementation of a new labor agreement.

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Whistleblowers wonder: When will we win?

In Minnesota, whistleblowers have been reeling for some period of time, highlighted by the fractured decision of the Minnesota Supreme Court overturning an award of nearly $330,000 for a discharged in-house lawyer in Kidwell v. Sybaritic Inc., 784 N.W.2d 220 (2010).

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