Minnesota employers should prepare to rethink their non-compete agreements and begin to update existing employment agreements. Governor Tim Walz signed into law a comprehensive Jobs, Labor & Employment Bill (S.F. 3035). The bill includes a provision which bans the practice of restricting competitive activity by former employees through non-compete agreements. The ban takes effect on July 1, 2023, and applies to non-compete agreements entered on or after that date.
As a result of the pandemic, American companies have been posting more jobs for remote work that may be performed in any state throughout the country. But a recent decision concerning the law in Colorado may cause employers to rethink this approach.
Revising Employment Agreements and Computer Policies to Protect Confidential/Proprietary Information Under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
When state law fails to offer protection, Federal courts may offer remedy under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) (18 U.S.C. § 1030).
Larson • King partner and employment law expert David Wilk helped facilitate a panel called “Assessing Witness Credibility in Investigations: He Said, She Said, Now What?”
During the last week of April, Minnesota House Majority Leader Joyce Peppin introduced a bill that would redefine sexual harassment under the Minnesota Human Rights Act.
Veteran litigator David Wilk’s presentation, GLBTQ – A Legal Update and Practical Implications in the Workplace, provided attendees of this year’s Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute
On December 10, 2015, United States District Court Judge Richard Kyle granted summary judgment in favor of Walmart in an age discrimination claim under the
On August 13, 2014, Chief Judge Michael J. Davis of the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota granted a motion for summary judgment