News, Events & Announcments
I-9 Compliance & Immigration Law for Agricultural Employers CLE
Please join presenters Anna Finstrom, Nysha Cornelius and John Medeiros at the Rinke Noonan offices. Topics include: An overview of immigration law for attorneys who practice in other areas Practical guidance regarding I-9 compliance and hiring […]
2019 Drainage and Waters Conference
Join us for Rinke Noonan’s Drainage and Waters Conference on Thursday, February 14th, 2019 at the St. Cloud River’s Edge Convention Center. Brochure 2019
NEW STORM DAMAGE NOTICE REQUIREMENTS
Residential contractors who provide home repair or improvement services to be paid by insurance proceeds should be aware of new legislation in Minnesota that went into effect as of August 1, 2018. Per Minnesota Statute § […]
Is Minnesota’s Education System Unconstitutional?
Attorney Jerry Von Korff writes a compelling article for the Mitchell Hamline Law Review addressing the constitutionality of the Minnesota Education system.
Kale Van Bruggen Elected Shareholder
Rinke Noonan Law Firm, one of the largest and most comprehensive law firms located in Central Minnesota, is excited to announce Kale R. Van Bruggen has been elected shareholder of the firm effective August 1, 2018. […]
How Far Does the Clean Water Act Reach?
The groundwater conduit theory The on-going regulatory dispute over the Waters of the United States rule and scope of Clean Water Act (CWA) jurisdiction over streams and wetlands has been well publicized and discussed. Simultaneously, a […]
Little Alan’s Law – Minnesota’s New DWI Law August 2018
Beginning August 1, a revised Driving While Impaired (DWI) law takes effect in Minnesota. The new law is applicable to crimes committed on or after that date. The revisions are implemented in response to the catastrophic […]
Do I Need to Change My Life Insurance Beneficiary After Divorce?
A Minnesota law that automatically revokes an ex-spouse as a designated beneficiary of a life insurance policy upon the dissolution of marriage was recently challenged as violating the Contracts Clause of the U.S. Constitution. The Contracts […]
Iowa Drainage Law Basics and Drainage Agreements
We receive many questions regarding drainage rights and the potential use of drainage agreements. Written drainage agreements can be useful in any state where drainage is an issue; however, this article focuses specifically on the law […]
My Ex Isn’t Paying Child Support. Now What?
According to a recent report from the USDA, for middle-income parents, the cost of raising a child born in 2015 through age 17 is an expected $233,610 — or a staggering $284,570 if projected inflation is […]