Minneapolis has issued a FAQ regarding COVID-19 and the Minneapolis Sick and Safe Time Ordinance. In short, the document outlines how the city of Minneapolis is “interpreting” the ordinance as it relates to earned sick and safe time (ESST). While I believe they are taking some liberties with their interpretation of the ordinance, employers

For anyone that thought something looked different on my blog, you are right!  Effective November 1, 2019, our firm (formerly Seaton, Peters & Revnew) is now Peters, Revnew, Kappenman & Anderson, P.A. following the retirement of founding shareholder Doug Seaton.  Doug has gone on to found the Upper Midwest Law Center, a non-profit public

As I’ve blogged about numerous times, I-9s are nothing to mess around with. As with other government websites, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) launched a new website yesterday for E-Verify.gov. As most of you know, E-Verify is a voluntary program; however, employers with a federal contract or subcontract that contains the Federal Acquisition

fireworksI realize I am late to this blog party, but as they say, better late than never, right?! As I was starting a new post today, I realized I had 99, which meant my next would be 100. It kind of feels like earning your first $1 on a new business (okay, I haven’t had

FBAThe National Labor & Employment Law Section is proud to sponsor its third-annual
Minneapolis seminar, “Employment Law in a Nutshell.” This seminar is being cosponsored by the Younger Lawyers Division (YLD), the Law Students Division (LSD), and the Minnesota Chapter of the FBA. The seminar is a live, half-day CLE and will take place on the afternoon of Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis (Room 321), 1000 Lasalle Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55403.

The event will focus on the basics of labor and employment law, featuring three hour-long presentations:
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