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Ann Motl Featured in Attorney at Law Magazine Interview

In the article, Ann shares insights on what drew her to a career in intellectual property law, her commitment to pro bono service, and her evolving practice at the intersection of law and technology.

Maslon Signs American Bar Association's Pledge for Change for Disability Diversity in the Legal Profession

Signing the Pledge affirms Maslon's commitment to disability diversity, and recognizes that diversity overall is in the best interest of the profession, those the profession serves, as well as the firm.

Sarah Horstmann Authors Article on How to Avoid Trade Secret Claims When Hiring New Employees for the American Bar Association

The article discusses tips to guide employers and their counsel through the process of interviewing new employees to confirm they have not retained trade secrets of a former employee.

Julian Zebot and Nate Ajouri Co-Author Article on Hindsight Bias in Trust Litigation for American Bar Association's Real Property, Trust & Estate Law eReport

The article explores some of the matters in which courts have found trustees liable for investment decisions that may have seemed reasonable at the time and applies lessons learned from the aftermath of the Great Recession to gain insight on how to protect trustees during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Proving Real Life Harm to Your Property in an Eminent Domain Taking: The Minnesota Supreme Court Reaffirms the Use of Construction-Related Interference Evidence in County of Hennepin v. Laechelt

For more than 100 years, Minnesota law has allowed owners of property partially taken by governmental condemnation to recover damages related to construction-related interference.

Election Day—Top Concerns Employers Face as November 3rd Approaches

With Election Day approaching quickly, this legal alert is provided to help address the top three concerns facing employers: time off for voting, time off for election-related activities, and an employee's right to discuss politics at work.


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