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Bill Pentelovitch and Nicole Narotzky to Serve on a Panel at American Bar Association's Section of Dispute Resolution Spring Conference

April 13, 2019

Bill Pentelovitch and Nicole Narotzky, partners in Maslon's Litigation Group, will serve on a panel at the American Bar Association's Section of Dispute Resolution Spring Conference on April 11, 2019. In their session titled, "How to Manage your Client Through the Various Stages of Resolving a Dispute," the panel will discuss approaches and techniques they use in managing clients through the process of resolving disputes, including the role of information gathering, strategic thinking, risk assessment, preparing clients, involving decision makers and interested parties, and effective and ongoing communications.

Bill is a business trial lawyer with over 44 years of experience who has tried hundreds of cases before judges, juries, or arbitrators, and who also has argued dozens of appeals in state and federal courts. For three decades he has practiced nationally in the areas of non-compete, trade secret, and unfair competition litigation, and he has tried  and won intellectual property licensing and royalty disputes collectively involving over one billion dollars. In addition, Bill is a leading trial lawyer in Minnesota in the area of ownership and governance disputes in closely-held corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships.

Nicole, co-chair of Maslon's Litigation and Product Liability Group, focuses her practice on product liability litigation, and she has successfully defended major medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers in federal and state courts throughout the country. Nicole has significant experience with the issues of federal preemption and regulatory control over claims involving FDA-approved medical devices. She also has extensive experience representing clients in a variety of commercial disputes, including construction law and intellectual property disputes.

For more information, go to: ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Spring Conference.


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