From the editors at Twin Cities Business:
Local law firm Fare Grange claims that an advocacy group has engaged in “trademark bullying.” The advocacy group, meanwhile, said that it must protect its trademarks to avoid confusion among potential donors.
The employer-shared responsibility provision in the federal health care reform law requires large employers to meet specific standards in order to avoid penalties. But now they have an extra year to comply.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals reaffirmed a lower court’s decision, disqualifying a law firm that was representing the state in a case against 3M. The firm previously represented 3M and constituted a conflict of interest, the court found.
Ryan Companies won the bid to develop parking structures near the planned Minnesota Vikings stadium. The company had cited the parking project as a key component of its larger downtown Minneapolis redevelopment plan.
While Select Comfort's stock price remains lower than it was six months ago, it has recently been on a consistent climb, and analysts see additional growth potential.