As some businesses slowly begin to restart operations with skeleton crews, they must observe the CDC safe conduct rules, with employees wearing masks and gloves, and common areas, such as lunchrooms, shut off. Yet what if, despite these precautions, a returning employee tests positive for the virus? What if the infection spreads, causing grave illness? . . .
Below we summarize several legal developments that affect many of our clients. Please review them and contact any of the MMB attorneys with whom you have worked if you have questions and wish to discuss issues in greater detail. Be sure to return frequently to the News & Resources page of our website for further . . .
On January 22, the Minnesota Supreme Court upheld Minneapolis’ new $15 an hour minimum wage ordinance. The decision follows a three-year legal fight. The manufacturing and supplies company, Graco Inc., sued in 2017 to try to block the $15 wage from taking effect — See Graco, Inc. v. City of Minneapolis, No. A18-0593, 2020 WL . . .