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Amy Swedberg Recognized in the 2020 Lawdragon 500 Leading U.S. Bankruptcy and Restructuring Lawyers

Amy is one of only 11 Minnesota attorneys recognized for remarkable skills in financing, structuring, litigating and creating a pathway forward for companies seeking a chance in these challenging times.

Maslon Partner Steve Schleicher Appointed to Serve as Special Assistant Attorney General on AG Ellison's Prosecution Team for George Floyd Case

Steve is one of four seasoned attorneys and trial lawyers selected to provide pro bono counsel as part of the larger attorney team from the Minnesota Attorney General's Office and the Hennepin County Attorney's Office under the leadership of Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison.

Melissa Muro LaMere to Present on Reopening Businesses and Returning Employees to Work for Sage's COVID-19 Webinar Series

Melissa will address health screenings, employee concerns, and communications around the return to work after COVID-19.

Doug Holod Authors Article on New Opportunities For Second Wave of Restaurant Chain Bankruptcy Filings for Modern Restaurant Management

In the article, Doug explores the recent history of restaurant chain bankruptcy filings pre-COVID, the industry impact of COVID-19, and how the upcoming onslaught of bankruptcy filings could

Key FFCRA Regulations Vacated by Federal Court, Dramatically Expand FFCRA Leave Eligibility

On Monday, August 3, 2020, a federal court for the Southern District of New York struck down Department of Labor (DOL) regulations regarding the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).

#MaskUpMN: Key Employer Requirements Per Minnesota Governor Walz's New Face Covering Order

As of July 25, 2020, Governor Walz has ordered that all Minnesotans must wear face coverings (face masks) in indoor businesses and indoor public settings to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


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