Michael Sampson to present for The Saint Paul & Minnesota Community Foundations
Michael will discuss the practical differences between private foundations and donor advised funds, with a focus on the aspects that clients and advisors should concentrate on when making the decision.
David Herr to Present for the 2018 Minnesota State Bar Association Convention
David will discuss new developments in civil litigation as part of a presentation titled, "Brief Legal Updates: New Developments in Real Estate, Family Law, Tax and Civil Litigation."
Eran Kahana to Present at 2018 Meritas Annual Meeting
During his presentation, titled "The Tech-Driven Transformation of the Legal Landscape: Artificial Intelligence and Computational Law," Eran will review how our legal landscape is being transformed by the latest computational law applications and how artificial intelligence drives their development
Tom Pack to Co-Present for DRI's Drug and Medical Device Seminar
His session, titled "Partnering with Clients for Successful Mediation," will provide an overview of medical device mediation, highlight the skills necessary for success, describe the defense burden, and emphasize addition of value by lawyers during the mediation process.
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