We live in the age of information. Exponential gains in our ability to gather, store, and communicate information electronically define this millennium thus far. But as is usually the case, regulation of the risks associated with rapidly advancing technology has lagged behind. Most businesses, ...Read More
Written by the Gislason & Hunter Medical Malpractice Group
In an April 17, 2019 opinion, the Minnesota Supreme Court surprised the healthcare community when it held in Warren v. Dinter that “a physician-patient relationship is not a necessary element of a claim for ...Read More
With a view towards closing a deal, legal due diligence occurs when a business attorney collects and analyzes information from a legal perspective and then makes recommendations regarding any action that should be taken.
This typically occurs during the period between signing the transaction (e.g. ...Read More
When an individual files for bankruptcy, the typical result is that the individual’s debts to all of its creditors—including its bank creditors—are discharged. As a practical matter, this means that those obligations are essentially uncollectable as personal obligations of the bankrupt debtor. (The creditors ...Read More
Counsel for Mayo clinic, Greg Anthony and Page Underwood, along with Megan Olson-Lehner, Mayo’s Compliance Program Manager, recently presented Telemedicine Law: Building a Compliance Program in a Virtual Care Center. The presentation covered a wide myriad of regulatory and legal principles related to virtual ...Read More
The shortage of qualified workers in rural Minnesota has many employers looking for unique ways to attract, train, and keep the right people in important positions. Many of these solutions include a large, up-front, monetary investment by the employer such as a signing bonus, ...Read More