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Practice Tips and Tricks for Defending Title IX Proceedings on Minnesota College Campuses

While all Minnesota colleges are governed by the current federal law and guidelines surrounding Title IX, every college brings its own set of unique challenges for attorneys. Every college has the discretion to choose their own policies and interpret the Title IX regulations in their own way. This leads to attorneys having to constantly familiarize themselves with the colleges’ Title

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Divorced Parents Should Have a Plan for Summer Travel to Avoid Conflicts

To many people, young and old, summer is the time to enjoy longer days, carefree fun, and adventures. The warm weather, sunshine, and even humidity make us feel happier and healthier—and the more relaxed season inspires us to socialize more, enjoy outdoor activities, and soak up that vitamin D. More than likely, you’ll want to share this time with your

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Punny Trademarks

July – it’s the zenith of summer, so we wanted to provide you with a lightweight summer read about intellectual property. A beach read, so to speak. No heavy mental lifting here. Some brevity and perhaps some levity. As consumers, we are exposed to thousands of brands every day, via internet ads, highway billboards, radio and TV ads, print ads,

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High Stakes and Low Burdens: Title IX Proceedings on Minnesota College Campuses

Minnesota colleges are aggressive in pursuing discipline through Title IX proceedings following allegations of sexual assault, harassment, relationship violence, and stalking by students and faculty. Fueled by federal funding, most post-secondary education institutions now employ divisions dedicated to investigating policy violations and meting out punishment. At the forefront is the University of Minnesota, with two bodies responsible for enforcement: The

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What Is An O1 Visa and How to Apply

The O1 visa is a non-immigrant visa category in the United States that is designed for individuals with extraordinary ability in specific fields, including the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics.

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Servant of Many Masters: Hemp Businesses Have to Answer to Many Regulators (and Few of Them Agree)

No matter what part of the hemp and cannabis industry they are in, participants in this industry are all too familiar with the plethora of agencies they have to answer to. Most businesses – hemp, cannabis or otherwise – don’t have a limitless legal or regulatory compliance budget. Startups have little to no budget. That’s dangerous in an industry where

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Motorcycle Accident Injury Settlement

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid in Your Motorcycle Accident Injury Settlement Negotiation

Riding a motorcycle can be an incredibly freeing and exciting experience, but it can also be dangerous. If you’re involved in an accident while on your motorcycle, it’s important to know what mistakes to avoid when negotiating a settlement for any injuries you’ve sustained. Here are five common mistakes to avoid in your motorcycle accident injury settlement negotiation and how

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Practice Tips and Tricks for Defending Title IX Proceedings on Minnesota College Campuses

While all Minnesota colleges are governed by the current federal law and guidelines surrounding Title IX, every college brings its own set of unique challenges for attorneys. Every college has the discretion to choose their own policies and interpret the Title IX regulations in their own way. This leads to attorneys having to constantly familiarize themselves with the colleges’ Title

Read More »

Divorced Parents Should Have a Plan for Summer Travel to Avoid Conflicts

To many people, young and old, summer is the time to enjoy longer days, carefree fun, and adventures. The warm weather, sunshine, and even humidity make us feel happier and healthier—and the more relaxed season inspires us to socialize more, enjoy outdoor activities, and soak up that vitamin D. More than likely, you’ll want to share this time with your

Read More »
portapotty

Punny Trademarks

July – it’s the zenith of summer, so we wanted to provide you with a lightweight summer read about intellectual property. A beach read, so to speak. No heavy mental lifting here. Some brevity and perhaps some levity. As consumers, we are exposed to thousands of brands every day, via internet ads, highway billboards, radio and TV ads, print ads,

Read More »

High Stakes and Low Burdens: Title IX Proceedings on Minnesota College Campuses

Minnesota colleges are aggressive in pursuing discipline through Title IX proceedings following allegations of sexual assault, harassment, relationship violence, and stalking by students and faculty. Fueled by federal funding, most post-secondary education institutions now employ divisions dedicated to investigating policy violations and meting out punishment. At the forefront is the University of Minnesota, with two bodies responsible for enforcement: The

Read More »

What Is An O1 Visa and How to Apply

The O1 visa is a non-immigrant visa category in the United States that is designed for individuals with extraordinary ability in specific fields, including the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics.

Read More »

Servant of Many Masters: Hemp Businesses Have to Answer to Many Regulators (and Few of Them Agree)

No matter what part of the hemp and cannabis industry they are in, participants in this industry are all too familiar with the plethora of agencies they have to answer to. Most businesses – hemp, cannabis or otherwise – don’t have a limitless legal or regulatory compliance budget. Startups have little to no budget. That’s dangerous in an industry where

Read More »
Motorcycle Accident Injury Settlement

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid in Your Motorcycle Accident Injury Settlement Negotiation

Riding a motorcycle can be an incredibly freeing and exciting experience, but it can also be dangerous. If you’re involved in an accident while on your motorcycle, it’s important to know what mistakes to avoid when negotiating a settlement for any injuries you’ve sustained. Here are five common mistakes to avoid in your motorcycle accident injury settlement negotiation and how

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