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11th Annual Affordable Housing Summit

Make plans to attend the 11th Annual Affordable Housing Summit—an event focused on the development and financing of multifamily projects. The event will take place May 9, 2024 at the Marriott City Center in Minneapolis. Winthrop & Weinstine, along with Baker Tilly and Minnesota Housing are excited to host you for the region’s premier event focused ...


Reading and Understanding the Survey

Mary Taylor and Jessica Willes will be presenting at Minnesota CLE’s How to Resolve Survey, Description and Boundary Issues seminar on May 9, 2024.  They will present, “Reading and Understanding the Survey,” which will give an overview of the required and optional elements of an ALTA/NSPS survey, and helpful pointers for review. For more information ...

May 9, 2024


Credit Union Acquisitions of Banks and Bank Branches

Tony Moch and Amber Kraemer will be speaking at Minnesota CLE’s 2024 Banking Law Institute on May 8, 2024. Their presentation is titled, “Credit Union Acquisitions of Banks and Bank Branches.” Bank M & A deal volume around the country has been driven recently by credit union acquisitions of banks, with four new deals announced ...

May 8, 2024


IP Odyssey: Navigating the Latest Developments in Intellectual Property Law

Kyle Kroll will present on copyright issues at the Intellectual Property Committee’s CLE-accredited panel event on the latest developments in intellectual property law, hosted by Robins Kaplan, Saul Ewing and the Federal Bar Association. This event will provide attendees with unparalleled insights into the recent case developments in patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret within ...

April 24, 2024


Everything You Wanted to Know About the PCT but Were Afraid to Ask

Megan Miller will co-presenting a webinar sponsored by Mitchell Hamline School of Law, entitled “Everything You Wanted to Know About the PCT but Were Afraid to Ask.” The objective of this CLE webinar is to demystify the PCT – an essential but cumbersome treaty-based system – and help participants become better PCT practitioners. Based on ...

April 18, 2024


Succession & Strategic Planning – Positioning Your Organization for the Future

Winthrop is proud to sponsor the upcoming Upper Midwest Convenience Store and Energy Convention (UMCS) taking place at the Saint Paul RiverCentre from April 15-17. UMCS, hosted by Fueling Minnesota and FUELIowa, is the largest event for fuel marketers and c-store professionals in the Upper Midwest. Join attorneys Tami Diehm, Jim Dierking and Noreen Johnson ...

April 15, 2024

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Legislative Top 5 – April 12, 2024

Minnesota Revenues Continue to Grow Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB) reported this week that Minnesota’s revenue collections for February and March are $241 million more than was forecasted in the February 2024 Budget and Economic Forecast. MMB also reported that the State’s macroeconomic consultant now expects a slightly improved economic outlook in the “near term”. ...


Paid Sick and Family Leave Laws

Laura Pfeiffer and Rachel Brygger will be co-presenting on “Paid Sick and Family Leave Laws,” at The Law Firm Alliance Associate Forum webinar on April 10, 2024. The list of states and even cities that have enacted new paid leave laws continues to grow.  Chicago’s new leave law permits employees to use accrued paid leave ...

April 10, 2024

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Legislative Top 5 – April 5, 2024

Omnibus Policy Bills on the Move Prior to the March 22nd legislative deadline for policy bills, most committees created omnibus policy bills. Starting this week, both the House of Representatives and the Senate engaged in lengthy floor sessions as they passed many of these bills. It is expected that both the House and Senate will ...


What is a Trademark, Fifth Edition

By: Megan M. Miller

Megan Miller co-authored a book on trademark law entitled What is a Trademark, Fifth Edition. Part of the popular series from the ABA Intellectual Property Law Section, this updated monograph is an excellent resource to give clients or for anyone who would like to learn more about trademarks and the law. The book gives an ...

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Legislative Top 5 – March 29, 2024

Joint Budget Targets Late last Friday, Governor Tim Walz, along with leaders of the Minnesota House and Senate, agreed to modest joint budget targets for supplemental budget bills. The targets would allow for spending $477.5 million in the current 2024/25 budget, and $62.7 million in future years. Starting with a $3.7 billion projected budget surplus ...


The Power 30: Construction and Real Estate Law

Trina Sjoberg was recently named to Minnesota Lawyer’s POWER 30: Construction and Real Estate Law for 2024. POWER 30 highlights those whose mere presence on a case signifies the stakes, who have influenced the direction of the law, whose leadership in the community is pervasive and whose respect within the bar is undeniable. Trina represents ...

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