Michael Sampson Quoted in Minnesota Lawyer Article on Estate and Gift Taxes
In the article, Michael notes that "People find that estate tax offends their sense of fundamental fairness. The estate tax is a policy tax rather than a [income-generating] tax."
Maslon Listed as "Recommended" Litigation Firm in 2014 Benchmark Litigation Directory; Bill Pentelovitch and Emily Rome Featured
Peers nod to the firm's stature in the Minnesota litigation market and beyond.
Doug Holod Named Chair of Maslon's Business & Securities Practice Group; Alan Gilbert Appointed to Serve as Co-Chair
Holod and Gilbert will help to define and shape the strategy and direction of the practice, with attention to client service, attorney training and development, and competitive effectiveness.
David Herr Quoted in Minnesota Lawyer Article on the MDL Panel's Recent Transfer of 33 Data Breach Lawsuits Filed against Target to Minneapolis
David is the author of Practice Before the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, which discusses the increasing role of the Panel and provides guidance to lawyers facing transfers.
Eran Kahana Appointed to Board of Directors for Minnesota Chapter of InfraGard
InfraGard is a non-profit organization serving as a public-private partnership between U.S. businesses and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It focuses on the development, management and protection of critical infrastructure across the United States.
Michael Sampson Quoted in Twin Cities Business Magazine Article on Federal and State Tax Law Changes and the Effect on Charitable Giving
In the article, Michael notes that "clients seem less concerned about leaving wealth to their children," adding that they are becoming much more thoughtful about "how much is the right amount to leave to my kids?"
Geoffrey Jarpe Appointed Vice President of Minnesota Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates
In his role as Vice President, Geoff assists with ongoing projects, and will help to plan the ABOTA-MN annual meeting taking place in August.
Maslon Sponsors 10th Annual Minnesota Cup Competition; Attorney Shawn McIntee Serves on Grand Prize Review Board; Attorney Bill Mower Joins New Food, Agriculture & Beverage Division Review Board
MN Cup is the largest statewide new venture competition in the country for individuals or early stage businesses that are working on their breakthrough business idea.
David Herr Authors Article on History and Future of E-Discovery in Minnesota Courts for William Mitchell Law Review
Legal Issues in a World of Electronic Data focuses on the world of electronic data, David's article discusses the past, present and future of discovery in Minnesota practice under the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure.
Julian Zebot Authors Article on Practice Concerning Probate Referee Orders for Epilawg.com
Julian's article explores a little-known aspect of probate practice in Hennepin and Ramsey counties that requires a probate referee's recommended order to be subject to review.
Emma Greenman Interviewed by MPR on the McCutcheon v. FEC Supreme Court Decision
In the McCutcheon decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has struck down the limits on aggregate campaign contributions from individual donors to candidates and parties.
Geoffrey Jarpe Appointed to Serve as Co-Chair of Litigation Practice Group
Geoff joins Co-Chair Emily Rome to help to shape the strategy and direction of the practice, with attention to client service, attorney training and development, and competitive effectiveness.
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