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Lisa Lamm Bachman Obtains Favorable Defense Verdict in MN Non-Compete Dispute

Our client worked as an operations manager for a third-party logistics transportation company for six years.  During that time, she had ongoing concerns about her employer’s long-term vision and her future prospects for advancement within the organization.   As a result, … Continue reading

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MN Non-Compete Law Update – “Independent Consideration” in Schmit Towing, Inc. v. Frovik

In an unpublished opinion, the Minnesota Court of Appeals held that the “independent consideration” rule does not apply outside the employer / employee relationship, and specifically found that it does not apply to independent contractors. Continue reading

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