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Event

Notice is Not Service – How to Save a Tree, Time and Get It Right!

Ian Rubenstrunk will serve as a panelist at the Minnesota CLE 2020 Bankruptcy Institute, presenting on the topic, “Notice is Not Service – How to Save a Tree, Time and Get It Right!. ” Both the Federal and Local Rules address this often confusing distinction which exists even beyond the differences in proceedings in the ...

Webinar

October 9, 2020

10:15 a.m.
Event

The Year in Trademark Law: Noteworthy Decisions and Their Impact on Your Practice

Winthrop & Weinstine Intellectual Property attorney Tim Sitzmann will be presenting at the Midwest IP Institute on October 1, 2020. Tim and other panelists will be presenting on “The Year in Trademark Law: Noteworthy Decisions and Their Impact on Your Practice,” discussing significant trademark decisions from the past year and their practical implications for in-house ...

Virtual

October 1, 2020

1:00 p.m. CT
Event

Troubled Commercial Loans: Commercial Real Estate Foreclosure and Receivership

Winthrop & Weinstine attorneys Dan Beck and Michael Rosow will be presenting a three-part series in collaboration with the Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota. The series is designed to both serve as an introduction for those who have not previously encountered financially distressed borrowers and as a refresher course for those who have weathered previous recessions. The ...

Webinar

September 24, 2020

10:00 a.m. CST
Event

Year 15 Dispositions: Navigating the Challenges with Purchase Options and Rights of First Refusal

The initial 15 year compliance period (Year 15) is expiring for thousands of affordable Housing Credit units annually. Subsequently, the volume of dispositions is growing each year and it is critical that Asset Managers understand specific issues and nuances with these transactions. Asset Managers are an integral part of the disposition negotiation, working with stakeholders ...

Webinar

September 23, 2020

12:00 - 1:00 ET
Event

Exit Strategies

Shareholder Ryan Schildkraut will speak on a panel about finding buyers for a small business, and avoiding the mistakes that sellers often make.

Minneapolis Club
729 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55402

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

11:00AM - 1:00PM
Event

Troubled Commercial Loans: Repossession and Foreclosure of Non-Real Estate Business Assets

Winthrop & Weinstine attorneys Dan Beck and Michael Rosow will be presenting a three-part series in collaboration with the Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota. The series is designed to both serve as an introduction for those who have not previously encountered financially distressed borrowers and as a refresher course for those who have weathered previous recessions. The ...

Webinar

September 17, 2020

10:00 a.m. CST
Event

Troubled Commercial Loans: Workout and Forbearance Agreements

Winthrop & Weinstine attorneys Dan Beck and Michael Rosow will be presenting a three-part series in collaboration with the Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota. The series is designed to both serve as an introduction for those who have not previously encountered financially distressed borrowers and as a refresher course for those who have weathered previous recessions. The ...

Webinar

September 10, 2020

10:00 a.m. CST
Client Alert

Provider Relief Fund Application Deadline Extended to September 13

By: Christianna L. Finnern, David M. Aafedt, Gerald H. Fornwald, Cody M. Zustiak and Chelsea A. Ahmann

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has extended the deadline for qualified providers of dental and Medicaid services to apply for CARES Act Provider Relief Funds under the current Phase 2 General Distribution.  In addition, as reported last week, HHS announced that private-pay assisted living/memory care providers will also be eligible to apply ...

Event

15-Year Structuring – Litigation Lessons Learned

David Davenport will be speaking at the 24th Annual Utah Housing Conference on “15 Year Structuring – Litigation Lessons Learned.” The initial 15-Year Compliance Period is expiring for thousands of affordable Housing Credit units annually and the volume of dispositions grows each year. This workshop will focus on the challenges with dispositions involving difficult limited ...

Webinar

September 2, 2020

1:00 - 2:00 p.m. MT
Event

Navigating the Challenges at Year-15 with Difficult Partners in LIHTC Partnerships

David Davenport will be speaking at the Florida Housing Coalition Conference, as a panelist on “Navigating the Challenges at Year-15 with Difficult Partners in LIHTC Partnerships.” The panel will discuss Opa-locka Community Development Corporation’s win of a landmark decision in the fight to preserve affordable, locally-owned housing for nonprofits participating in the Low Income Housing Tax ...

Webinar

August 31 - September 2, 2020

Article

Meritocracy or Mirrotocracy? Reexamining Hiring Practices of New Lawyers

Jessica Timmington Lindstrom, attorney in the Trusts & Estates practice, authored an article in Hennepin Lawyer titled “Meritocracy or Mirrotocracy? Reexamining Hiring Practices of New Lawyers,” which analyzes the slow process of change in the legal industry, and challenges the industry to reassess how it trains, hires and advances lawyers. To read the full article, please ...

Article

These Three Clickbait Heading Insights Could Change Your Legal Writing Forever

Kyle Kroll authored an article in Hennepin Lawyer on how “clickbait” tactics could be used to create compelling titles for legal writing, as well as a discussion on when it is – and is not – appropriate to use such tactics. To read the full article, please click here.

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