Articles & Publications

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July 20, 2020 | R. John Wells and Molly Billion
  • Minn. Supreme Court Refuses to Deviate from Prior Statute  of Limitations Application in Asbestos Lawsuits
The Minnesota Supreme Court recently affirmed long-standing precedent holding that the statute of limitations for wrongful death claims begins to run once asbestos is discovered to be the source of an injury.
  • Small Business Owners Challenge Minnesota Closure Orders
The Free Minnesota Small Business Coalition and several small business owners have petitioned the Minnesota Court of Appeals for an order declaring a number of Governor Walz’s COVID-19 executive orders unconstitutional under the Equal Protection Clause.
April 27, 2020 | Alex Rubenstein and Brandon Glanz
  • Whistleblower Claims in the Age of COVID-19
COVID-19 has created additional challenges for employers. Among those is the prospect of whistleblower claims brought by terminated employees.
  • Force Majeure COVID-19
Many contracts contain a force majeure clause, typically buried within boilerplate language, which can excuse a party’s nonperformance if extraordinary events prevent the party from fulfilling contractual obligations.
April 13, 2020 | Ryan F. Brackin
  • Broad - Not - Limitless
For private sector companies responding to the public’s need for COVID-19 countermeasures...