Corporate & Business law
BGS Attorney Carole Clark Isakson Elected to Duluth Superior Transportation Association’s Board of Directors
Congratulations to BGS attorney Carole Clark Isakson who recently started her one year term on the board of directors for the Duluth Superior Transportation Association (DSTA). The DSTA has been around for a long time – 76 years in fact! As noted by the DSTA, it is comprised of over 100 active members as well as a number of active retired members, with backgrounds as diverse as the industries they represent. Members come from aerospace, rail, trucking, logistics, and maritime industries, in addition to manufacturers, commercial shippers, supply chain managers, government agencies and more. As a member of the BGS Transportation Department, Isakson fits in well on the DSTA board of directors. The DSTA promotes transportation in the Duluth Superior region through public events, member..
In the 30-some years that I have been a lawyer, there have been many changes in the way companies do business and in how disputes are resolved. In that same period, however, I have not seen the same depth and breadth of changes in the court system. I have been a litigator representing businesses and individuals in all kinds of cases. I have been an advocate for clients in jury trials both short and long, court trials, mediations and arbitrations. I am also now a mediator and an arbitrator. Companies are now doing business at the speed of email and have global and international goals and inspirations. They have 30, 60 and 90-day business plans. When a company has a..
BGS Transportation lawyers Jim Wills, Nicole Wiebold, and Carole Isakson attended the annual golf event of the Duluth Superior Transportation Association on July 19th. As always, it was great event! Jim, Nicole and Carole enjoyed catching up with clients and other trucking professionals, and although Jim’s foursome didn’t win the grand prize, they had a great time. BGS is a proud member of the Duluth Superior Transportation Association and appreciates the super awesome work this group does to educate and promote its members.
California enacted the most comprehensive data privacy laws in the US – it goes into effect on January 1, 2020 (see The California Consumer Privacy Act recent blog post). In the meantime, other states are following suit. If you do business with individuals or companies outside Minnesota, make sure you are keeping up to speed with these new laws! Texas has amended the laws that apply to data breaches, this change applies on January 1, 2020. What is a data breach? Well, it can be slightly different from state to state, which is part of the challenge. In Texas, the law concerns sensitive personal information, which is defined as 1) an individual’s first name or first initial and last name in..