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Compliance with state and federal licensing regulations is increasingly becoming essential for many industries. At Henningson & Snoxell, our licensing department helps a diverse range of clients throughout Minneapolis-St. Paul and beyond assess guidelines and accurately complete permit and license applications. In order to engage in certain forms of industry-specific activity, businesses are often required to comply with federal and state regulations and register with various agencies.
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Our Maple Grove-based law firm combines experience, knowledge and a willingness to listen to our clients’ licensing needs.
We provide informative guidance to make our clients aware of the permits and licenses required in specific cities and counties as well as applicable government regulations. Our attorneys also educate and train our clients to help them avoid negative ramifications in the future. Contact our licensing lawyers at Henningson & Snoxell to discuss your regulatory compliance concerns.
We highly recommend the firm of Henningson and Snoxell and their seminars. We value quality and excellence in service and that is what Henningson and Snoxell have provided for us. Most importantly, they have helped in giving us peace of mind, and in today’s world that is important.View Testimonials
After the always busy end of one year and the beginning of the next I am taking a little time this Friday morning to reflect on 2020 and review my hopes for what 2021 may bring. Of greatest importance to all of us at Henningson … View Full Story
Free Incapacity Documents Now Through February, 2021 for All Healthcare Workers Minnesota, and our country at large, has been facing a healthcare crisis because of the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19 continues to challenge our hosp… View Full Story
The Boy Scouts of America “(BSA”) filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on February 18, 2020 in the Federal Bankruptcy Court in the State of Delaware. This filing apparently occurred because of sexual abuse claims made against BSA. This… View Full Story