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Our Team

 

​Founded in 2003, Mendoza Law, LLC is a boutique law firm specializing in communications law, legislative affairs and government regulation, business law, cybersecurity and data privacy, litigation, nonprofit law, and arts and entertainment law. Our clients include Fortune 500 companies, trade associations, small businesses, creative entrepreneurs, non-profit organizations, musicians, songwriters, film and television clients, and other artists. Our knowledgeable and experienced attorneys and staff provide outstanding personalized service to every client.

 

Services

 

Mendoza Law, LLC focuses on eight practice areas, providing clients with knowledgeable, personalized service.  Practice areas include:

 

  • Legislative Affairs and Government Relations

  • Internet and Communications Law

  • Litigation

  • Nonprofit Law

  • Arts and Entertainment

  • Business Law 

  • Cybersecurity and Data Privacy

  • Mediation

Mendoza Law, LLC is pleased to offer one hour of free service and a 25% discount on legal services to members of the following organizations:

 

 

Contact Us

PHONE:

(651) 330-8062

ADDRESS:

1000 University Ave. W.

Ste 222

St. Paul, MN  55104

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EMAIL: 

cameron@mendozalawoffice.com

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Mendoza Law, LLC. is proud to be a bronze member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), a resource to stay up-to-date about data privacy in the ever-changing technology environment.

MENDOZA OPEN DOOR FUND

The Mendoza Open Door Fund will provide the Minnesota Music Coalition with resources dedicated to an important need for our music community: access. The MOD Fund will provide scholarships to musicians, membership discounts, travel reimbursements for greater MN musicians, workshop fee waivers, and other financial support for musicians to make sure that money is not a barrier to being involved with the Minnesota Music Coalition.

FIRM NEWS

Firm News

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January 23, 2020 

MINNESOTA’S 2019 BROADBAND GRANT RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED

The Minnesota Office of Broadband Development has released its broadband grant recipients for the 2019 cycle. Over $23 million in state funding was awarded to 30 projects across Minnesota to improve broadband speeds and infrastructure. 

Read more about the grants in the full article.

SPRING 2021 NEWSLETTER OUT NOW

Our Spring 2021 Newsletter is out now! We are so excited about the continued growth of our team and the new articles we have written!

In this newsletter, we introduce you to the newest member of our team, provide a special report on the Save Our Stages Act, teach you how to avoid bad band break ups and more!

WELCOMING OFFICE/MARKETING MANAGER CAMERON CLOMAN
Mendoza Law is excited to welcome Cameron Cloman to the team as our Office/Marketing Manager! Cameron brings extensive marketing and administrative experience to Mendoza Law. Cameron will be providing marketing and administrative support to our firm. 
AVOIDING UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES WHEN VOLUNTEERS HELP TOO MUCH
In their desire to help, volunteers sometimes take actions beyond the scope of the organization’s mission. A recent Minnesota Court of Appeals decision highlights how that can result in unintended liability for the volunteer and the nonprofit organization. This article examines that decision and outlines practical measures that nonprofits can take to ensure the organization clearly communicates the roles of volunteers within the scope of the organization's mission. 
SAVE OUR STAGES ACT 
The Small Business Administration recently announced that it will begin accepting applications on April 8, 2021, for the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program. Our report on the Save Our Stages Act and SVOG program will help you understand the requirements for applying to receive an SVOG grant. As a pre-application measure, those wishing to apply for a grant under this program should immediately register their business in the System for Award Management (at SAM.gov).
Additionally, Mendoza Law, LLC is pleased to announce that we will offer pro bono assistance with SVOG applications for eligible Minnesota venues. Our pro bono services will be available first to Priority 1, and then Priority 2 applicants, and will be limited based on our capacity. Appointments will be available on a first come, first serve basis. We will begin accepting inquiries on April 2, 2021. Please call Connie Martin at (651)350-7836 for more information.
HOW TO AVOID BAD BAND BREAKUPS
Many bands start out as a group of friends getting together to play a little music. Often there is a period of harmony and even euphoria. But like any relationship, it will inevitably be tested by conflict – whether that be a financial dispute, creative differences, or just plain old interpersonal conflict. Here are some tips to help work through such conflicts to avoid a bad band breakup.