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Minnesota's ESST: What Business Owners Need to Know 

Starting January 1, 2024, Minnesota’s Earned Sick and Safe Time (ESST) law reshaped the landscape for employers. While navigating new policies can feel daunting, understanding ESST’s implications can empower you to proactively manage your… Read More
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FTC’s Recipe for Restaurant Ruin 

Currently, consumers have witnessed many businesses add additional costs to the subtotal such as: living wage, credit card, and large party fees. The FTC has proposed a rule that would ban these so-called “Junk Fees” fees. TL;DR Version: Who: The… Read More
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The Corporate Transparency Act: More Work For Small Businesses

In the seemingly endless stream of regulations and paperwork, the Corporate Transparency Act has emerged as a new mandate affecting businesses, drawing mixed reactions, especially from small enterprises grappling with increased administrative obligat… Read More
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Business Plans

A well-thought-out business plan will be a key part of the licensing application for Minnesota cannabis businesses. Read More
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New Wage Theft Liability Litigation

Very soon Governor Walz is expected to sign into law a new bill that greatly expands parties who may be held liable for wage theft. This new wage theft liability law will take effect on August 1, 2023. Changes in Wage Theft Liability A General Contra… Read More
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