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Minnesota Supreme Court Ruling Benefits Real Estate Developers

Real Estate Law

In a ruling last August, the Minnesota Supreme Court held that a municipality cannot make approval of a subdivision application conditional on the payment of an infrastructure charge for future road-improvement projects. This decision has potentially major ramifications for developers, who now face at least one fewer obstacle to projects that require additional roads to…

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Upcoming Change to the Co-Employer Rule

Upcoming Change to the Co-Employer Rule

The National Labor Relations Board is expected to issue a new rule early next year re-establishing the joint employer definition that existed prior to 2015. If the new rule is enacted, franchisors, staffing agencies, and other businesses that do not directly control workers will no longer be considered joint employers. In 2015 the NLRB decided…

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Upcoming Changes to Minnesota’s LLC Statute

Effective January 1, 2018, Minnesota’s new LLC statute will fully replace its existing statute. While the new statute, codified at Chapter 322C, has governed LLCs formed after August 1, 2015, it will apply to all LLCs starting next year. The “new” statute brings Minnesota in alignment with other states and governs LLCs as partnerships rather…

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