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We have drafted these sample documents to be a guide for your policies that must be implemented on June 29th, 2020 per the Minnesota requirements.  These documents are meant to be a guide and you should tailor these to your own business practices.  Particularly, the highlighted portions must be inserted based on your own business. […]
We are excited to announce that attorney Courtney Ernston has been selected to join the board of a local non-profit organization called Hearts & Hammers.  Hearts & Hammers is an organization dedicated to providing assistance to individuals in Minnesota that need help with some of their exterior projects.  H&H focuses on veterans, seniors, individuals with […]
How is COVID-19 affecting the construction industry? On Monday, March 30th, Courtney Ernston, MNCLS Attorney at Law, hosted a webinar discussing how COVID-19 could impact construction businesses. The main points discussed include: MN Stay-at-Home Critical sector Most construction is considered “critical” MN specific information Unemployment due to the COVID-19 pandemic Small business economic loan program […]
Hello to you all in this trying time of uncertainty and fear.  Our thoughts are with everyone that is or will be affected by this event, whether physically, emotionally, or economically.  We’ve put together a few pointers for your businesses that we hope will be helpful. If there is anything we can do to help, […]
Are You A Wage Thief? In May 2019, the state legislature passed new wage theft legislation and gave the Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry an additional $20 million to enforce the new law. No one condones the abuse of workers, least of all the vast majority of great contractors building Minnesota. But make no […]