Powers of Attorney in Minnesota

Possible Reform to Minnesota’s Retainage Law

By Mai Yang

Many subcontractors and material suppliers have complaints about Minnesota’s current retainage law because it does not set a limit on how much of the contract price contractors are allowed to retain in building and construction contracts. Additionally, the law does not provide a time frame for when the retainage has to be paid to the…

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Family and Medical Leave Act

By Mai Yang

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was enacted to provide job protection for public and private employees. It is important to note that there are two versions of FMLA: the federal version and the state version. In general, employers should plan to comply with whichever version provides more protection for the employee. For this…

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Powers of Attorney in Minnesota

By Mai Yang

Whether you are concerned about future health problems, have assets that are difficult for you to manage, or will be absent for a period of time and unable to manage your affairs, a Power of Attorney may be a valuable tool. A power of attorney is used in situations where you, the principal, are unable…

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