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Square Peg (Blockchain) – Round Holes (MN Law): Tokenholder Rights and Obligations in an Ownership Dispute
Ownership disputes in privately held companies are nothing new in Minnesota.
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Review the Glen Edin decision carefully.
But is this truly the end of the road for lawsuits against former employees? No; absolutely not.
“Create a clever title for an article discussing ChatGPT and its impact on Minnesota lawyers.” – Kathryn Campbell
Do lawyers need ChatGPT?
No matter the impetus, change is a good thing when it comes to Minnesota workers’ compensation law.
As it is so often in the legal profession, "It depends."
Minnesota Court of Appeals clarity - Significant implications
Here are 6 significant changes in workers’ compensation law in Minnesota over the last decade that can impact everyone involved in the legal triad: injured workers, employers and insurers.
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