Eran Kahana to Moderate Panel Discussion at Minnesota CLE's 2014 Computer & Technology Law Institute
The Institute brings together national authorities and Minnesota experts to share their insights into the latest developments and hot topics in computer and technology law.
Cooper Ashley to Present on Litigation-Safe Document Creation at The Network of Trial Law Firms
Cooper Ashley will review some of the worst documents imaginable and provide a roadmap to bullet-proofing your client by causing employees to always keep litigation front-of-mind when creating documents.
Terri Krivosha to Moderate Panel Discussion on Lawyers as Business Owners at William Mitchell College of Law
Terri will moderate a panel of legal professionals who will share how they combined their entrepreneurial spirits with their experience as lawyers to open their own businesses.
James O'Connor and David Suchar to Present at the 2014 Construction SuperConference
The conference is recognized as the preeminent construction conference developed for mid- to senior-level professionals who work in any of the legal and commercial construction markets.
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October 22, 2014 - "The Times They May be a-Changin': Minnesota's Proposed Uniform Trust Code," Corporate Fiduciaries of Minnesota, October 2014
Michael P. Sampson, Julian C. Zebot
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