24 episodes

Welcome to Larkin Hoffman series of podcasts discussing issues affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Our attorneys will address corporate, employment, real estate, construction, franchise, bankruptcy, insurance, litigation, and other matters in this series. The podcasts are 15 minutes long and can be heard at your convenience. Over the next few weeks, there will be several podcasts on developing matters.

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Welcome to Larkin Hoffman series of podcasts discussing issues affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Our attorneys will address corporate, employment, real estate, construction, franchise, bankruptcy, insurance, litigation, and other matters in this series. The podcasts are 15 minutes long and can be heard at your convenience. Over the next few weeks, there will be several podcasts on developing matters.

    Bisnow Twin Cities Construction and Development

    Bisnow Twin Cities Construction and Development

    Learn about the biggest projects from top developers, and construction companies. Gain key insights about development challenges and successes, site selection, construction costs and financing, and emerging trends.

    • 44 min
    Twin Cities Multifamily Event Part 2

    Twin Cities Multifamily Event Part 2

    Bisnow Twin Cities Multifamily event featuring Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey as the keynote speaker. Moderator Jacob Steen will guide a panel of industry leaders as they discuss equitable housing initiatives, covid recovery plans, and generational market shifts that will reimagine Minneapolis multifamily housing and rebuild a stronger future.

    • 42 min
    Twin Cities Multifamily Event Part 1

    Twin Cities Multifamily Event Part 1

    Bisnow Twin Cities Multifamily event featuring Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey as the keynote speaker. Moderator Jacob Steen will guide a panel of industry leaders as they discuss equitable housing initiatives, covid recovery plans, and generational market shifts that will reimagine Minneapolis multifamily housing and rebuild a stronger future.

    • 18 min
    Data Breaches: How Employers Can Protect Themselves from the Fallout

    Data Breaches: How Employers Can Protect Themselves from the Fallout

    Cyberattacks on employers’ systems or on third parties with whom employers do business are in the rise across the country. Employers need to take a hard look at their current systems to avoid a data breach that affects their employees. In this podcast, Phyllis Karasov and Chris Young discuss how employers can plan for the potential fallout from a data breach, minimize the accompanying financial and operational disruption, and properly communicate with employees and other affected parties when the increasingly inevitable data breach occurs.

    • 26 min
    Earmarks are Back: Are you Eligible?

    Earmarks are Back: Are you Eligible?

    Both chambers of Congress are currently making plans to resurrect earmarks as part of the $1.4 trillion in discretionary spending approved every year. The House plan calls for the resurrection of earmarks in the form of “Community Project Funding.” The Senate has not yet announced its plan but both chambers are in negotiations to implement the earmark revival in a transparent and responsible way.  

    Our most recent podcast will dive deeper into who is eligible and what they need to do to qualify for funding. The Larkin Hoffman government relations team is ready to assist those interested in preparing proposals for program funding and to guide the projects through the entire process at the Capitol.

    • 20 min
    The Changing Landscape of Union Organizing During the Pandemic and the New Biden Administration

    The Changing Landscape of Union Organizing During the Pandemic and the New Biden Administration

    Union organizing is down as compared to previous years, but that does not mean employers should believe that support for labor unions has decreased.  NLRB records indicate that the number of representation petitions filed in 2020 is dramatically down from each of the previous four years.  This reduction in representation petitions can be attributed to the challenges for union organizers to personally meet with employees, as well as the fact that for many employees, their primary focus has been on retaining their jobs, looking for jobs, and keeping food on the table.  Joining a union may not be the highest priority for many employees.

    • 17 min

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