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2023 Employment Litigation Trends – The Dorsey Labor & Employment Practice Group

The Dorsey Labor & Employment Practice Group has drafted the following papers to highlight the trends employers should expect in 2023 in employment litigation in state and federal courts nationwide as well as likely areas of enforcement action by federal and state governments and regulatory agencies:

Is broadband available near you? This updated FCC map can tell you. Maybe.

A completely accurate map, however, could still leave a reader dismayed because it correctly conveys an unpleasant truth: At too many U.S. addresses, broadband either remains out of reach or is only available from one company.

TOMIS – 2022 In Review, The Power of Chat Webinar, Sunshine Tribe Promo | January Newsletter

If you run a tour or activity business, 2023 presents arguably the biggest opportunity you’ve seen. Right now there’s a wave of pent up demand for tours and activities being felt right across the globe. We’re seeing an unprecedented increase in international, domestic and local visitors across most destinations. People are travelling again in record numbers – and tapping into travel budgets that’ve gone unused the last few years…

What The Least Populated Part of the United States (parts of Montana, Wyoming and the Dakotas) Can Teach Us About Climate Change

Today’s information society should make the areas suitable for more population, right? There’s another problem with this arid area that has kept most people out until fairly recently: wild temperature fluctuations. Arctic air and hot air can both spread pretty easily in the region, making it just not a very pleasant place for people to settle.

Montana Senator Jon Tester’s Bipartisan Bill Aims to Protect American Farmland from Foreign Entities

In addition to protecting American agricultural land from foreign entities, the Promoting Agriculture Safeguards and Security (PASS) Act would add the Secretary of Agriculture as a standing member of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) to consider agriculture needs when making determinations affecting national security, and require a report to Congress from USDA on the risks posed by foreign takeovers of U.S. businesses engaged in agriculture.

Newsweek lists NorthWestern Energy among America’s Most Responsible Companies

“This recognition honors NorthWestern Energy’s century-long commitment to provide customers with reliable and affordable electric and natural gas service while also being good stewards of the environment,” said NorthWestern Energy President and Chief Executive Officer Brian Bird. “We have long been committed to excellent corporate governance, deep community engagement and robust environmental programs. Our business practices reflect a respect for, and a commitment to, ESG policies and practices.”

A new platform is helping to democratise investing by making it easy for retail investors to support impact projects – New software tools support ESG investment

Enter fintech startup GoParity, and its platform that brings together social and environmental impact projects looking for funding with people who want to invest in sustainability. 

The Hidden High Costs of Rocky Mountain Living

Many towns from Colorado to Wyoming to Montana are playgrounds for wealthy individuals, but year-round living comes with a lot of additional expenses and inconveniences

Where is child care most expensive? New labor department data breaks down costs by county.

The data show childcare costs range from 8% to 19% of a median family’s income per child. That’s anywhere from $5,357 to $17,171 per year when adjusted for inflation.

The Once-in-a-Generation Opportunity to Remake Downtown

Urban cores around the country were transforming into live, work, and play destinations before the pandemic. The pandemic was a setback for this transformation, but it could also be a rare opportunity. It’s up to city leadership to seize it.