The False Claims Act has become the primary tool to stop those who reap financial benefits based on false statements and misrepresentations to the U.S. government.Read More »
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What if an employee cooks the books but never actually takes the money for himself?Read More »
In February, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in a case out of Kentucky that might give hope to those who would like to see the Court buck the trend toward federal preemption of state laws limiting arbitration.Read More »
The court rejected a common law “materiality standard” for determining what constitutes employment misconduct.Read More »
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 »