What happens when common business disputes include an underlying disagreement between aging business owners and the next generation when it comes to succession.Read More »
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Federal Trade Commission Takes New Approach to Economic Regulation
Bold new business regulations and enforcement actions are coming from an unlikely source: the Federal Trade Commission. Under the leadership of its new chair, Lina Khan, the traditionally staid FTC has taken aggressive new positions with respect to rulemaking and enforcement actions that may have serious implications for businesses and commercial litigation.Read More »
Three Considerations for Post-Pandemic Real Estate and Construction Litigation
As the emergency orders are lifted, the civil cases that have been backed up for the past year will begin to move their way through the courts. Post-pandemic litigation will face uncharted territory, and companies involved in such should consider the following questions.Read More »
Unsettled: When Fraud Defeats the Effect of a Release
While the law understandably protects fraud victims, it does not give people free reign to cry “fraud!” every time they regret accepting a settlement.Read More »
Chauvin Trial Proves Cameras Belong in Minnesota Courtrooms
The trial has ended, former officer Chauvin awaits sentencing, and people will be dissecting this event for years but one thing is crystal clear – cameras in the courtroom worked.Read More »
Appellate Minefields: What Is A “Judgment” Anyway?
A good place to start is identifying what a judgment is not: most orders issued by judges are not judgments.Read More »
Can Employers Require Employees to take a Covid Vaccine? It’s complicated.
Yes, as a general matter, employers can, within certain limits, require employees to be vaccinated against an infectious disease. Covid is no different. But there is a big asterisk right now.Read More »
The Minnesota Uniform Declaratory Judgments Act: The Litigator’s Underutilized Yet Versatile Tool
By nature, complex litigation can be messy with no easy solution. Litigators have an arsenal of tools to address those problems. One often overlooked and underutilized tool is the Minnesota Uniform Declaratory Judgments Act (“Declaratory Judgments Act”), Chapter 555.Read More »
Remembering Justice Ginsburg’s Impact on Business
In her own practice and as a member of the Supreme Court of the United States, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a pioneer for women’s rights and was fundamental to the Court’s changing perspective on these issues. Still, her impact in other areas, including business, should not be forgotten.Read More »
Anthony Ostlund has a passion for pro bono work
Anthony Ostlund prides itself on its expertise in successfully litigating far-ranging, complex cases, and its choice of pro bono projects fit right in.Read More »