Dennis Monroe Comments on Crowdfunding Opportunities in
Restaurant Business

Dennis Monroe is quoted in the recent Restaurant Business online article “As Financing Dries Up, Companies Turn to Crowdfunding.” The article suggests that as traditional funding sources like banks and large investors are pulling back from funding restaurants, crowdfunding may be gaining some new life. Because there are plenty of consumers out there who have . . .

Minneapolis and St. Paul Minimum Wage Ordinance

I. Summary of Minneapolis’ Minimum Wage Ordinance 1.Timeline Effective Dates Small Business (100 or fewer Employees) Large Business (More than 100 Employees) July 1, 2019 $11.00 $12.25 July 1, 2020 $11.75 $13.25 July 1, 2021 $12.50 $14.25 July 1, 2022 $13.50 $15.00* July 1, 2023 $14.50 Index to inflation July 1, 2024 Equal to Large . . .

MMB’s Attorneys Discuss Twin Cities Craft-Brewing Market Opportunities, Trademarks

In a recent interview with Foodservice News, John Remakel and Marcus Urlaub, who co-lead Monroe Moxness Berg’s craft brewing legal practice, answer questions about the Twin Cities craft brewing market opportunities. They offer advice on how aspiring craft-brewing business owners could differentiate themselves in this increasingly saturated market. They also discuss the fundamentals of trademarking . . .