To guarantee entry into the H-1B lottery this year, employers must enter their employees into the lottery by March 25, 2021, when the initial lottery registration window closes.
Larson • King is recognized by its clients and peers for its outstanding work and reputation in the Eleventh Edition of the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” Rankings released today.
The Minnesota Judicial Branch is exempt from limits on gatherings imposed by Governor Tim Walz’s Executive Orders, but continues to be subject to policies established by the chief justice and court order.
Michael Steinlage Presents to the Brokers & Reinsurance Markets Association on Mass Shootings and Insurance Risk
Attorney Michael Steinlage recently presented to members of the Broker and Reinsurance Markets Association on the insurance liability landscape around mass shootings.
An obstacle course race organizer won summary judgment in a “greater than ordinary” negligence claim brought by a race participant after the participant suffered a significant injury during an obstacle course race. The case had complex discovery and expert issues, and required analysis of the interplay between waiver provisions, Minnesota pleading requirements, and statutory issues.
We asked Judge Christian Wilton of Minnesota’s First Judicial District to outline some of the changes implemented, their effects on trial practices, and tips for how litigants should prepare for and litigate cases in the “new normal.”
Twelve Larson • King attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in the 27th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©.
Kevin McCarthy has been awarded the 2020 Deb Oberlander New Lawyer Award by the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association (“MDLA”). The award recognizes a new lawyer who demonstrates outstanding leadership, professionalism, skills, and advocacy.
Update: Presidential Proclamation Temporarily Suspends Entry of Non-Immigrants into the United States
The Trump Administration announced that entry into the U.S. by certain nonimmigrant individuals will be suspended. This proclamation applies to individuals on H-1B visas, H-2B visas, J-visas for foreign cultural and work exchanges, and L-visas for transfer of foreign workers within a company.