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MCNA Insurance Company Data Breach Investigation

MCNA Insurance Company (“MCNA”) recently notified its customers of a data breach involving highly sensitive personal information of its dental/orthodontic care members of certain state Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Programs. On March 6, 2023, MCNA discovered that an unauthorized third-party gained access to certain

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IMPORTANT LEGAL UPDATE: New Laws Affecting Construction Contractors

The 2023 legislative session ended on May 22, 2023, and legislators were active in passing laws that impact the construction industry.  Some of these laws should prompt contractors to review and update their subcontractor agreements and other policies and practices. General Contractors Responsible for Subcontractor

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Products Containing THCa Remain Illegal under Minnesota Law

With potential adult-use cannabis legalization around the corner, people are naturally excited and eager to start dispensary-like retail shops even before the legislation has passed Minnesota’s legislature. One trend we see more is retailers selling cannabis flower containing high levels of the cannabinoid tetrahydrocannabinolic acid

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I’m your Family Law Attorney – Help me, Help you!

One of the advantages of working in a large firm is having resources at my fingertips that are well known and reliable referrals for my clients. I also have the advantage of having more than 25 years of experience practicing family law, which means if

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What’s Protected by Trademark?

A “trademark” can be any word, name, symbol, or device, or any combination thereof *used by a person (or entity), to identify and distinguish goods or services from those manufactured or sold by others, and to indicate the source of goods or services. (For purposes of this discussion, “trademark” will refer broadly

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Updating Your Association’s Governing Documents: An Overview

The decision to amend a community association’s governing documents begins with an understanding of the community association and its governing documents; progresses through the formulation of goals for any new documents, identified based on weaknesses in or issues with the existing governing documents; and ends

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