Skip to Main Content


Bill Pentelovitch to Present on Types of Disputes Among Owners for Minnesota CLE

October 27, 2015

Bill Pentelovitch, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, will present "5 Types of Disputes Among Owners and How to Prevent or Resolve," as part of Minnesota CLE's 2015 Closely Held Business Conference on October 27, 2015. Bill will provide insight on how transactional attorneys can help business owners plan and prevent future disputes on the front end.

Bill is a Fellow of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and has practiced exclusively in the area of business-related disputes for over 40 years. He is considered both a leading authority and a leading trial lawyer in Minnesota in the area of ownership and governance disputes in corporations, partnerships of all kinds, and limited liability companies. In addition to his substantial practice in the areas of business ownership and governance and non-competes, trade secrets, and unfair competition, Bill handles breach of contract, fraud, antitrust, securities, banking, and intellectual property trials.

For more information or to register, go to: MN CLE's 2015 Closely Held Business Conference.


Thank you for your interest in contacting us by email.

Please do not submit any confidential information to Maslon via email on this website. By communicating with us we are not establishing an attorney-client relationship, and information you submit will not be protected by the attorney-client privilege and cannot be treated as confidential. A client relationship will not be formed until we have entered into a formal agreement. You should also be aware that we may currently represent parties whose interests may be adverse to yours, and we reserve the right to continue to represent them notwithstanding any communication we receive from you.

If you would like to discuss possible representation, please call one of our attorneys directly or use our general line (p 612.672.8200). We can then fully discuss our intake procedures and, if appropriate, introduce you to an attorney suited to assist with your matter. Alternatively, you may send us an email containing a general inquiry subject to these terms.

If you accept the terms of this notice and would like to send an email, click on the "Accept" button below. Otherwise, please click "Decline."