News You Can Use Second Quarter 2017

What should you do if your identity is stolen? Advice from Bob Abdo’s personal experience. Lommen Abdo succeeds in trial – one jury trial and two court trial victories so far in 2017. Estate planning resources: a revamped web site, more blogs and a 2017 legislative update. Four attorneys added in 2017: Cameron Kelly, John …

News You Can Use November/December 2016

What’s in your employment contract?  Are the terms the same as J. Robinson’s? Who won jurisdiction to control certain interstate motor carrier employees? Where does the Minneapolis sick time ordinance stand? What issues arise in a shareholder dispute? Ken Abdo receives leadership award from ABA entertainment section.   Read about these topics and more in …

News You Can Use July/August 2016

Federal civil right of action for trade secrets misappropriation created. Do you want to assure that enough money is set aside to take care of your pets after your death? Minneapolis requires paid sick and safe time for workers starting July 2017. Lommen Abdo expands its transportation industry practice. Vaccine injuries are rare, but Lommen …

News You Can Use April/May 2016

Responsiveness is in our web re-design and our mission. Minnesota continues aggressive approach on residency definition. What should I know about Grandma’s will? The Fraudulent Transfer Act is now the Voidable Transfer Act. Court finds insurer must defend data breach claims.   Read about these topics and more in the April/May 2016 newsletter.

News You Can Use January/February 2016

Let’s get charitable! Have you made 2016 resolutions for your business? Clients prevail in encroachment case. Lommen Abdo has two new shareholders – meet them.   Read about these topics and more in the January/February 2016 newsletter.

News You Can Use November/December 2015

Changes in the estate and gift tax. Analysis of successor liability. Using binding appraisals to resolve property damage claims. Music clearance for the Pope’s U.S. visit.   Read about these topics and more in the November/December 2015 newsletter.

News You Can Use July/August 2015

U.S. Department of Labor interprets definition of “employ.” Options for keeping the vacation home in the family. Strategizing your compliance plan. Preparing for the unexpected spill on your property. How the “best interest” factors in family law changed this.   Read about these topics and more in the July/August 2015 newsletter.

News You Can Use May/June 2015

Minnesota law changes for LLCs, growlers, family law and legal technology ethics. Firm obtains significant victory for family of child injured by vaccine. Bryan Feldhaus attains LL.M. Degree in Corporate Compliance and Organizational Ethics. Jamie Johnson shares lessons learned in 25 years of practice.   Read about these topics and more in the May/June 2015 newsletter.

News You Can Use March/April 2015

Ponzi scheme presumptions. Following corporate formalities. TheTermination of Sales Representatives Act. Examinations Under Oath. Mike Moline has been recertified by the NBTA. The Grammys.   Read about these topics and more in the March/April 2015 newsletter.

New You Can Use September/October 2014

What do I need to know about Minnesota’s new medical marijuana law? Wisconsin’s uninsured and underinsured insurance coverage have changed. Do you know how that affects you? Can you use crowd funding to finance a brewery? Watch Stacey DeKalb’s video on how employers can implement a performance appraisal system to diminish legal problems and create …

News You Can Use July/August 2014

Meet Lommen Abdo’s new president. When are your “volunteers” really employees? Two attorneys among Top 50 of Note in Music Biz. What does the Redskins trademark decision mean? Need information about appeals? Check out Appellatory.   Read about these topics and more in the July/August 2014 newsletter.

News You Can Use January/February 2014

Our brewery clients are making news. Learn about FamDoo, a digital age allowance system. Employment law training for your supervisors. Listen to a discussion on the issues involved in raising equity and how crowdfunding works. Six Lommen Abdo attorneys are on the Best Lawyers list. Kay Nord Hunt has been recognized as a 2013 Attorney …

New You Can Use November/December 2013

Review Karen Schlotthauer’s annual estate planning update and hear Karen explain the definition of trusts in a video. Welcome Lommen Abdo’s two new trial lawyers: Mike Moline and Mike Leonard. Revise your employment applications before the January 1st deadline. Congratulations to Bob King on his induction as a Fellow of the American College of …

News You Can Use August/September 2013

Minnesota residency may cost us more in taxes. Steps businesses can take to reduce risk. Is an international joint venture right for you? Join us on September 20th for the St. Croix Valley Rotaract Brew Review. Meet Valerie Sims.   Read about these topics and more in the August/September 2013 Newsletter.

News You Can Use May/June 2013

New laws and new rules take effect. Do you know if they apply to you? Supreme Court adopts “loss of a chance” doctrine in Lommen Abdo case. MBA. JD. Enrolled member of Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe. Meet John Herrera. Golf with a celebrity! Participate in Tommy Kramer’s “I’m Gonna Win!” Tournament.   Read about …

News You Can Use March/April 2013

Ever heard some say that they can’t find their company on the Secretary of State website? Here’s a clue as to where to look. It’s the 20th anniversary of the FMLA. How is it doing? Do you have the next breaktrough idea? Enter the MN Cup. What makes appellate law different? Listen to Kay Nord …

News You Can Use January/February 2013

Do you dream of opening a craft brewery? Learn the 10 key steps to starting your own brewery in this article from The Growler. Now that Congress has acted and the President signed the bill, what are YOU going to do with your estate plan? Learn more about the key points in the new law …