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Former Federal Prosecutor and Maslon Partner Steve Schleicher Provides Expert Commentary Regarding the Latest Developments in the Prosecution of the Officers Charged in the Tragic Death of George Floyd

Schleicher shared that convicting the four former officers won't be easy, adding "it's always difficult to prove a murder case, and it's always difficult to prove a felony murder."

No-Cost/Pro Bono Insurance Advice Offered to Small Business Owners Affected by the Protests

In an effort to help rebuild our community and support those most impacted by the events following George Floyd's tragic death, Maslon has stepped forward to assist Twin Cities businesses as they navigate insurance claims.

Terri Krivosha to Present a Webinar on Buy-Sell Agreements for Exit Planning Institute

Terri will discuss the basics of this vitally important document and how it can be a catalyst to help protect clients from potentially catastrophic situations before they happen through effective collaboration with competent legal counsel.

Julian Zebot and Evan Nelson Co-Author Article on Trust Litigation for the American Bar Association's Probate & Property Magazine

The article explores the availability of injunctive relief in trustee removal actions under the Uniform Trust Code in broad terms, so that attorneys who represent fiduciaries, beneficiaries, or both, may consider whether it might have application in a given matter.

CARES Act PPP Reform: Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020

Recognizing issues with the current program, the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 (the "Act") was recently signed into law, enacting reforms that will make it easier for current and prospective PPP loan recipients to have their loans fully forgiven...

COVID-19: Policyholders—Watch for "Falling Objects"

As "falling objects," viral particles should be included in Covered Causes of Loss property and business income insurance policies which, unlike All Risks policies, require damage or loss resulting from "Specified Causes of Loss."


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