Publications

Peters, Revnew, Kappenman & Anderson, P.A. is dedicated to keeping employers up to date on the laws that affect them. We encourage you to learn more and to contact us if you have questions about a particular legal development. We also welcome you to read firm shareholder Corie J. Anderson's law blog, MINNESOTA WAGE & HOUR: Empowering Employers & HR Professionals.

Sarbanes-Oxley "Whistleblower" Employee Protections Extended to Private Employers who Contract with Public Companies

On March 4, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court held in Lawson v. FMR LLC that the whistleblower provision of Sarbanes-Oxley applies to employees of privatel… Read More
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NLRB Continues to Expand Its Reach: College Football Players are Employees

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) continues to expand its reach into non-union sector. In a decision that has significant ramifications for co… Read More
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Should You Have Employment Claims Insurance ("EPLI)"? If So, What Steps Can You Take To Make It Most Effective For Your Company.

Why should you be concerned about labor and employment related lawsuits, claims, charges, investigations and audits (“claims” for short) in the fi… Read More
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Investigations in the Workplace: 5 Steps Every Employer Should Take After Receiving a Complaint

An employee has made a complaint to management – now what? There are five steps that employers can follow to identify when an investigation is appro… Read More
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"Ban the [Criminal History] Box"

“Ban the Box” in Minnesota on January 1, 2014 – Other Jurisdictions May Follow Suit Starting on January 1, 2014, Minnesota employers… Read More
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REMINDER: October 1, 2013 Notice Requirement under the Affordable Care Act

No later than October 1, 2013, employers must provide a notice to employees regarding the existence of the health care exchange. The notice simply inf… Read More
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Minnesota Supreme Court Finds Certain Wage Deductions Unlawful

On August 14, 2013, the Minnesota Supreme Court held in Karl v. Uptown Drink, LLC, that employees do not have to show that their wages fell below mini… Read More
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Recent Legal Developments

Employer Obligations Under Affordable Care Act Delayed One Year The U.S. Treasury Department announced that enforcement of the provisions of the Affor… Read More
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Minnesota Legislative Update: 5 Things Employers Should Know

Minnesota’s legislative session came to a close at the end of May with the passage of a flurry of new bills. Employers may be wondering how some of… Read More
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Minnesota Court of Appeals - Attorneys' Fees Awarded To Peters, Revnew, Kappenman & Anderson Attorneys For Home-Based Childcare Providers In Case Against Governor Dayton - Small Businesses Can "Fight City Hall"

Late last month, the Minnesota Court of Appeals found the Governor and the Bureau of Mediation Services to be liable for the attorneys’ fees of… Read More
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