Perspectives

Sometimes all you need to navigate the legal landscape is a little information. Our blogs and articles touch on a wide spectrum of legal matters that can pop up in both business and everyday life, and we hope they’ll shed a little light wherever you happen to need it.

Jeff Nicolet Presents at The Minnesota Subcontractors Association

Jeff Nicolet will be presenting a seminar titled “Understanding and Using Construction Liens” on behalf of The Minnesota Subcontractors Association on February 14, 2017 in Roseville, Minnesota. The seminar will focus on the benefits and procedure for obtaining and enforcing Mechanic’s Liens in Minnesota.

WFJ Presents: Selling Your Small Business, Part Two

In Part One of this series, WFJ’s Small Business Team recounted a business asset purchase which suffered on the back end due to poor planning at the outset. In Part Two, our team provides a brief overview of the considerations and steps we take in guiding our small business clients, both from the seller and purchaser perspectives.

WFJ Presents: Selling Your Small Business, Part One

WFJ’s Small Business Team has counseled clients in the execution of small business asset purchases for a diverse set of industries, including restaurants/food service, manufacturing, publishing, insurance, retail, and many others.

WFJ Presents: Motorcycle Safety

Below are some startling statistics regarding motorcycle crashes and some tips on how to increase your safety when riding.  If you or someone you know is in a motorcycle crash, contact WFJ immediately to talk to an experienced personal injury attorney.

WFJ Presents: Minnesota LLCs and the Newly Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act

If you’re one of the nearly quarter-million Minnesotans  who created a Limited Liability Company since the entity selection first came to be in 1993, you’ll want to take notice of a new law signed into law by Governor Dayton.

WFJ Presents: What Every Employee Should Know About Noncompetes: Part 3 – Options if you “Want Out”

Employees are often asked to sign noncompete agreements that limit the employee’s legal right to work for other employers or for themselves during and after their employment.

This is the third part of a three part blog about noncompetes. The first part discussed the enforceability of noncompetes. The second part discussed considerations and negotiation tactics when an employee is asked to sign a noncompete. This third part discusses considerations and options when an employee has already signed a non-compete and they “want out” of it.

WFJ Presents: What Every Employee Should Know About Noncompetes: Part 2 – Negotiating a Noncompete When Asked to Sign One

Employees are often asked to sign noncompete agreements that limit the employee’s legal right to work for other employers or for themselves during and after their employment.

This is the second part of a three part blog pertaining to noncompetes. The first part discussed the enforceability of noncompetes. This second part discusses considerations and negotiation tactics when an employee is asked to sign a noncompete.