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Limit Your Professional Liability With Collaborative Management Agreement

In 2009 Minnesota was one of the first states to allow the practice of dental therapy.  Dental therapists are permitted to practice specific dental services under the supervision of a licensed dentist.  There are other limitations placed on dental therapists but this article will focus on limiting a dentist’s liability when collaborating with a dental therapist. 

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How to Price When the Current Market is Wrong

There has been growing resistance to the long-standing billable hour by clients (with good reason) for several years. As a result, the legal services industry is in flux. Some law firms will adapt in order to thrive and others will not. Loop Legal was formed for precisely that reason – to offer clients a real alternative to the long-standing flawed model.

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4 Reasons Why to Really Read the Fine Print

Small businesses and entrepreneurs often operate on a shoe-string budget, findings ways to keep the lights on month after month.  As a result, contract review becomes one of the many legal tasks taken on by the business owner. It may be tempting to skim over the contracts or simply sign the agreements to move on to the next thing. But, there can be big consequences in the fine print. Here are 4 reasons why you should understand what you are signing before you sign it:

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More than Paid Sick Time. The Breakdown of the Coming Minneapolis Ordinance.

Big or small–every company doing business in Minneapolis needs to understand the coming sick time ordinance. The proposed ordinance is the product of the recommendations from the Workplace Regulations Group (a public-private appointed group). There is a single public hearing on the proposed ordinance on May 18th with the vote set for May 27th. This ordinance in its current form will impact businesses of all sizes. Here is what companies need to know about the proposed ordinance as they start prepare:

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How to Make the Best of a Tough Economic Situation

At some point, everyone gets stuck holding a bill that isn’t paid. This forces a tough decision of whether (and how much) to spend more money and time to try to chase something that should have already been paid.

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3 Ways to Avoid Common (but Serious) Business Mistakes

The first quarter may be over, but there is still time to reach your business goals in 2016. Just be careful to do so without getting distracted from critical steps to protect your business.

It is possible to work smarter and not just harder to reach those 2016 goals. Here are three ways to avoid some common business mistakes with serious legal consequences:

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