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Maslon Attorney Howard Tarkow Elected to Board of Directors of MAZON, a Leading Anti-Hunger Organization

Inspired by Jewish values and ideals, MAZON is a national organization fighting to end hunger among people of all faiths and backgrounds in the United States and Israel.

Stephanie Laws to Present at 2021 Minneapolis Products Liability SuperCourse on COVID-19 Impacts for Manufacturers

During the in-person session, titled "COVID-19 Impacts and Innovations for Manufacturing Companies," Stephanie will moderate a discussion on the pandemic's effects on manufacturing companies from an in-house counsel perspective and how these businesses should adapt moving forward.

Maslon Attorneys Author Chapter in 2021 Update of the Minnesota Insurance Law Deskbook, 5th Edition

Margo Brownell, Bryan Freeman, and Judah Druck wrote the Deskbook's chapter on liability insurance for directors and officers.

Jon Septer Authors Article for Finance & Commerce on the Post-Pandemic Future of Commercial Real Estate in the Twin Cities

The article, based on a panel discussion Jon moderated, offers insightful perspectives about what is on tenants' minds as they consider their future office and business environments.

Biden Issues Executive Order Targeting Non-Competes: Steps Employers Can Take Now

In explaining the policy goals, the Executive Order states, "Powerful companies require workers to sign non-compete agreements that restrict their ability to change jobs."

Data Protection Change Affects U.S. Companies in EU Business Matters

U.S. companies doing business with the European Union (EU) should take note of an important recent change made to the standard contractual clauses (SCCs).

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