Founded in 2003, Mendoza Law, LLC is a boutique law firm specializing in communications law, legislative affairs and government regulation, business law, 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.
Mendoza Law, LLC focuses on eight practice areas, providing clients with knowledgeable, personalized service. Practice areas include:
Legislative Affairs and Government Relations
Arts and Entertainment
Cybersecurity and Data Privacy
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:
Minnesota Music Coalition
1000 University Ave. W.
St. Paul, MN 55104
November 15, 2019
MPUC WILL APPROVE SETTLEMENT REGARDING FRONTIER’S TELEPHONE SERVICE QUALITY
In October 2019, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission held a hearing regarding a settlement between Frontier Communications and the Minnesota Department of Commerce. The settlement came after the Commission received a large volume of complaints regarding Frontier’s telephone service quality, customer service, and billing practice and after the Department of Commerce investigated Frontier’s alleged violation of Minnesota’s state telecommunications regulatory statutes.
Read about the details of the settlement in the full article.
OUR SUMMER NEWSLETTER IS AVAILABLE!
Our summer newsletter was published today. You can read it by clicking on the link below.
June 5, 2019
EXISTENTIAL CONSEQUENCES: WHEN A NON-PROFIT FEELS IT MUST SEPARATE IN TWO
Spin-offs happen in the for-profit sector quite frequently, and most often for financial reasons. However, spin-offs in the non-profit sector happen much less frequently, and when one does occur, it is usually the result of an unfortunate sequence of events.
This article explores the situations in which a non-profit board may want to consider separating their non-profit into two separate organizations
Click the link below to learn more.