Brendan Cummins presented at a State-wide conference, which was held in Minneapolis on September 18-19, 2017, regarding best practices for arbitrating labor & employment law claims.
Justin Cummins accepted the invitation to present at the annual School Law Conference, which will be held in Minneapolis on November 8-9, 2017, regarding best practices for handling employee and student social media issues.
Justin Cummins has been selected to join an elite group of attorneys nationwide who are members of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Attorneys.
Justin Cummins accepted the invitation to present at the Labor & Employment Law Institute, which will be held in Minneapolis on November 16, 2017, regarding effectively litigating retaliation cases in light of recent Supreme Court decisions.
Brendan Cummins accepted the invitation to present at the Labor & Employment Law Institute, which will be held in Minneapolis on November 16, 2017, regarding cutting-edge developments in labor law.
Justin Cummins authored an article about the arguments against anti-worker laws being considered around the country, and that article was published by the law journal of the Minnesota Association for Justice.
Justin Cummins authored an article, which appears in the Mitchell Hamline Law Review as part of a symposium on civil rights law, regarding the use of the disparate impact doctrine to prosecute employment and civil rights cases effectively.
In being selected as 2017 Super Lawyers, Brendan Cummins, Justin Cummins, and Robert Metcalf have been identified yet again as among the very best attorneys in Minnesota.
With the General Counsel of the National Employment Law Project and a Regional Attorney of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Justin Cummins presented at the annual convention of the National Employment Lawyers Association (held in San Antonio on June 21-24, 2017) regarding how to litigate employee misclassification and joint employment cases successfully.
On behalf of its whistleblower client, and in collaboration with attorneys from the United States Department of Justice and from the Office of the Minnesota Attorney General, Cummins & Cummins, LLP helped to recover nearly $6.4 million from defendants in connection with litigation under the Federal False Claims Act and the Minnesota False Claims Act.