Some procedural issues are not clear under court rules. The court has resolved some of these issues in court decisions. These decisions can provide useful guidance to attorneys in the future. Below is an index of those procedural issues and the decisions addressing those issues. Special Term Opinion Subject Matter Index This Special Term Opinion
In this video, you get answers to these questions: Would sports and fitness trainers benefit from an LLC? Does an LLC limit the liability of the person doing the work? How would an LLC limit your liability as a trainer? When is an LLC helpful? What else should you consider when deciding between an LLC
When someone is holding on to property for another person, bailment law usually applies. This often includes storage facilities, warehouses, and transportation companies, for example. What is Bailment? “Bailment is the legal relation arising upon delivery of goods without transference of ownership under an express or implied agreement that the goods be returned.” Wallinga v.
This question recently came up in my law practice: Can a company officer be personally liable for defamation? The answer is simple: Yes. Minnesota courts have held that an officer of the company can be personally liable for defamatory statements when the officer was involved in “directing, authorizing, and approving a defamatory [statement].” See Derosa
When you file a motion in court, one of the documents usually required is a Memorandum of Law (also known as Memorandum of Law in Support of the Motion). Your Memorandum of Law is where your legal arguments are located. This is where your persuasive skills are applied. Thus, it is important to know how