Margo Brownell to Serve as Panelist at the ABA's 2017 Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee CLE Seminar
Panelists will discuss waiver and exceptions to the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine, the unique privilege issues present in the tripartite relationship, and relevant legal ethics standards in light of the rules of professional responsibility.
David Herr to Chair Minnesota CLE's 2017 Civil Litigator's Annual Short Course
David will also present a session on recent changes to the Minnesota and Federal Rules as well as moderate a panel discussion on significant changes to the federal discovery rules that went into effect December 2015.
Eran Kahana to Moderate Panel Discussion at Minnesota CLE's 2017 Midwest Legal Conference on Privacy & Data Security
During a session titled "Benchmarking Your Cybersecurity Practice and the Foundation of Building a Defensible Regime," Eran will moderate a panel discussing building and maintaining an effective cybersecurity regime.
Terri Krivosha to Present at National Business Institute's Asset Purchase Agreements Webcast
Terri will present at four sessions during the webcast that will outline the mechanics of drafting an asset purchase agreement—from start to finish.
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