October 24, 2021

Category: Law

How to Avoid Bankruptcy and if Unavoidable, How Best to Proceed
Banking and Finance, Law

How to Avoid Bankruptcy and if Unavoidable, How Best to Proceed

This is a timely and extremely informative panel discussion on how to avoid bankruptcy and, if inevitable, how best to proceed. Excellent intel you won’t find in a Google search! The three panelists have been there/done this 100+times. A few of the many key takeaways include: Be transparent with creditors, vendors and employees in that […]

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Communication, COVID-19 leadership, Family Business, Insurance, Jobs, Law, Leadership, Marketing, Sales, Talent Management

5 CEOs on How to Thrive in 2021

We soon end the strangest year most of us have experienced, one in which uncertainty as individuals, families, organizations, communities, states and a nation reached its highest point since World War II. Some did well, some remain in limbo, some were severely affected. We all face continued uncertainty for at least the next six months, […]

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Leading When People Are Stressed, Plus How Best to Bring Employees Back to the Office
Commercial Real Estate, COVID-19 leadership, Economy, Law, Leadership, Talent Management

Leading When People Are Stressed, Plus How Best to Bring Employees Back to the Office

These issues and more are explored in this week’s One Take CEO Interview with Jim Snoxell, CEO and chair of the business law and nonprofits department at the law firm Henningson & Snoxell. “It took me a while to realize this but there’s no question the ongoing Covid-19 [pandemic] and all the social unrest and political discomfort going […]

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9 Experts on How to Lead During the Covid-19 Recession
Banking and Finance, Business Ethics, Commercial Real Estate, Communication, Corporate Governance, Economy, Entrepreneurism, Family Business, Health Care, Investing, Jobs, Law, Leadership, Manufacturing, Startups

9 Experts on How to Lead During the Covid-19 Recession

In the early months of the Covid-19 economic recession, nine experts from Platinum Group participated in unscripted, one-take/unedited interviews to share their perspectives and tips on on how business owners and leaders can best move forward. All of the interviews can be found on a Platinum Group Interview Series channel on YouTube and on seven audio platforms […]

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Agribusiness, Economy, Law, Manufacturing, Weather

Week in Review for Nov. 16, 2019

A few of the most significant business news stories from across the state during the week ending Friday night. Something to crow about: China lifted its ban on U.S. poultry imports. Minnesota is the nation’s largest turkey producer and China ranked as the state’s second-largest foreign market for turkeys previous to the ban, which was […]

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New Laws Going Into Effect Aug. 1
Banking and Finance, Law, Travel

New Laws Going Into Effect Aug. 1

A number of new laws passed during the 2018 legislative session go into effect on Aug. 1. Here’s a look at a few of them from Minnesota Lawyer… Point-of-sale skimming: House File 817 (Rep. Bob Loonan, R-Shakopee) establishes interfering with electronic terminals—automated teller machines, cash dispensing machines, point-of-sale terminals and gas pump dispensers teller—as a serious crime. […]

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Law

Supreme Court Sides with Baker in Same-Sex Debate

The Supreme Court ducked a decision Monday on whether religious merchants can deny service to gay people, finding that a Christian baker didn’t get a fair hearing before a state civil-rights commission but issuing no broader precedent. The ruling, by a 7-to-2 vote, is a victory for Jack Phillips, who turned away Charlie Craig and […]

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