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Employers with diverging camps in their workforces — the vaccine hesitant and the exposure averse — will now have to choose their battle.
Supreme Court justices reset limits for the board that reviews the state's Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility.
The family gave up its stake in Carlson Travel Co. and related businesses as part of a court-approved bankruptcy restructuring.
The state agency director's contract is up for renewal as a former manager calls the office "dysfunctional."
New-car shortages are pushing prices higher for all vehicles, and dealers are turning to used cars to keep the wheels turning.
A rift between the Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility's oversight board and the Minnesota Supreme Court now threatens the credibility of the agency charged with upholding integrity within the legal profession.
AG Keith Ellison wants Minnesota to guarantee that anybody who wants to sell part of their court settlement would be represented by an attorney.
In Washington, D.C., those seeking lump sums get legal aid — and better deals result.
Firms go to great lengths to find people who are receiving settlement payments, swamping them with checks, calls and ads even after they've agreed to sell. For these companies, the payoff is high.
Accident settlement deals would face new scrutiny under Minnesota reforms.