David Herr to Present at 9th Annual Appellate Practice Institute for Minnesota CLE
During an afternoon breakout session, David and three experienced appellate attorneys will offer tips and advice on building an appellate practice.
David Herr to Present at Winning Tips for Successful Litigation Seminar for Minnesota CLE
David's afternoon session will address advocacy opportunities and pitfalls in preparing trial briefs, affidavits, motions, and other written submissions to trial courts.
David Herr to Co-Chair Minnesota CLE Live Webcast on Appeals in Complex Business Cases
David, along with special guest Bill Pentelovitch, will explore what makes business cases challenging on appeal, and will offer practical tips on how to improve your odds of success.
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December 3, 2014 - "The Times They May be a-Changin': Minnesota's Proposed Uniform Trust Code," Corporate Fiduciaries of Minnesota, October 2014; Trust Point, November 2014; Securian Trust Company and U.S. Bank, N.A., December 2014
Michael P. Sampson, Julian C. Zebot
November 3, 2014 - "Prescription for Legal Intervention: When to use Legal Counsel in a Start-Up," Management Studies 256: Principles of Entrepreneurship, guest speaker, St. Olaf College, 2014
Terri Krivosha
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