While cash crop farming in Minnesota is still largely dominated by corn and soybeans, there has been a recent rise in alternative crops and alternative farming practices. Some farmers are exploring new crops such as industrial hemp, while others ...Read More
Most people have never heard of Minnesota’s laws of intestate succession. Those who have heard of intestate succession probably don’t know exactly how it works. In essence, the laws of intestate function as a default, statutory will, determining how ...Read More
Written by the Gislason & Hunter Medical Malpractice Group
In a July 8, 2019 opinion, the Minnesota Court of Appeals rejected an argument to upend published case law that has stood for thirty years in Minnesota and which holds that ...Read More
Entrepreneurs have many different options for setting up a business in today’s market place. And although corporations and limited liabilities companies are more popular, the partnership is still a useful form of business that allows people with complementary talents ...Read More
The following is an update from Gislason & Hunter LLP’s Employment, Labor and Benefits Practice Group regarding legislation passed by the State of Minnesota at the end of the 2019 Legislative Session.
The laws discussed below were passed as ...Read More
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 ...Read More