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Competition and Antitrust

Competition in a free market system benefits consumers through lower prices, better quality products, and greater choice. Competition provides businesses the opportunity to compete on price and quality on a level playing field, unhampered by anticompetitive restraints.

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Freedom of Information

The Freedom of Information Act is a powerful tool in government misconduct cases. Under state and federal law one is entitled to obtain internal government documents including emails between government officials and investigative reports.

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Noncompete Agreements

Employers often require new employees to sign a noncompete agreement preventing the employee from working for a competitor if the employee quits or is fired. In Minnesota, such agreements are enforceable but are generally construed narrowly by courts.

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Trade Secrets

Intellectual property includes patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets. Employers often require employees to sign non-disclosure agreements precluding the employee from using or disclosing trade secrets to others.

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Stages of Litigation

Every case is different but the litigation process is largely the same and typically involves the following steps:

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Four Types of Law

The four primary sources of law in the United States are the Constitution, statutes, common law, and international treaties.

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Retaliatory Discharge

Minnesota has a retaliatory discharge law, also known as a "whistleblower" law, which makes it unlawful for an employer to terminate, threaten, or take other disciplinary action against an employee who in good faith reports to his supervisor or to law enforcement a violation or suspected violation of any state or federal law or regulation.

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Overturned Supreme Court Rulings

Only the Supreme Court can overrule the Supreme Court. In some cases the Court will expressly overrule a prior decision. In other cases the overruling must be deduced from the change in reasoning underlying the two decisions.

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Fraud is an intentional misrepresentation. One can also be liable for negligently misrepresenting a material fact.

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