Category Archives: Retail and Hospitality

The Minnesota Supreme Court Interprets Minnesota’s Statutory Dram Shop Notice Requirement

In Buskey v. Am. Legion Post # 270, ___ N.W.2d ___ (Minn. April 4, 2018), a divided Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the trial court’s and court of appeals’ interpretation of the Minnesota Civil Damages Act “dram shop” statutory notice requirement … Continue reading

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Minnesota Supreme Court Find the Minnesota Fair Labor Standards Act Provides Private Cause of Action For Employee Who is Terminated for Refusing to Share Gratuities

Earlier this month, the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that the Minnesota Fair Labor Standards Act (“MFLSA”) provides a private cause of action for an employee who is terminated for refusing to share gratuities. In Burt v. Rackner, A15-2045, filed October … Continue reading

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