Julian Zebot and Diana Ringuette to Present on Trust Construction for Minnesota CLE
Julian and Diana will co-present as part of Minnesota CLE's Estate Planning, Probate & Trust Law 40 Seminar, which will provide a deep dive into 40 key cases every probate and trust lawyer must know inside and out.
Jim Killian and Jason Lien to Co-Present at AFCOM's Data Center World Global 2016 Conference
Jim and Jason will explore the problem of electrical system failures in data centers and how owners should evaluate and respond to such issues by using actual case studies.
Keiko Sugisaka to Present at Minnesota CLE's Effective E-Discovery Seminar
Keiko will present an afternoon session titled "Pitfalls to Avoid When Producing Your Client's ESI," as part of the seminar's overall checklist approach to effective e-discovery.
Eran Kahana to Present at 2015 Cyber Risk Round Table for Kraus-Anderson Insurance
Eran will cover the effect of cyber liability on business owners, discuss contractual obligations, and highlight current cases and the potential impact on future regulations and requirements.
David Herr and Keiko Sugisaka to Present at Minnesota CLE's Evidence Tools for the Compleat Litigator Seminar
As course chair, David will moderate two questions and answers sessions, and during a morning session, Keiko will discuss the discovery of electronic evidence.
Michael Sampson to Co-Chair and Present for Minnesota CLE's Understanding Trusts Seminar
In addition to serving as course chair, Michael will present two sessions where he will cover the basics of trusts and highlight new options available under Minnesota's new Uniform Trust Code.
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