Letter of the Law
Conducting video job interviews has its advantages, but cities should be sure to avoid potential legal pitfalls.
Body cameras create a new kind of data, which creates new responsibilities under the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act.
Land use decisions are easier to make with an understanding of variances and nonconforming uses.
COVID-19 has changed a lot of things, but it hasn’t changed state or federal civil rights laws.
Having a policy helps avoid Fourth Amendment violations, guide employee use, and create public trust.
Cities and police departments can take steps to prevent social media controversies from occurring and address them if they arise.
Help keep your city out of legal trouble by making sure your city’s supervisors understand these employment laws.
Services offered by municipal liquor stores must comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act.
Make sure you consider the copyright implications of any images you use on your city website.
Use this Medicare primer to provide guidance to employees nearing retirement.