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Minneapolis company sues competitor for stealing trade secrets

Many Twin Cities companies protect their rights to unique products, technologies, and services by registering trademarks, filing patents and obtaining copyrights. Companies also may ask their employees to sign non-compete agreements in order to protect a business from being undermined by competitors. In some cases, even when a company has all of the proper copyright and trade secret protections in place, a competitor may still find a way to illegally slant the playing field.

Remember to Send the 21-Day Letter After Your Tenant Leaves the Property!

If you withhold any portion of a security deposit, Minnesota law requires that you send a written statement to your tenants within twenty-one days after move-out. Minn. Stat. § 504B.178, subd. 3(a). This statement, known as a 21-day letter, must explain the reason for withholding some or all of the security deposit.

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