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Cooper Ashley to Present on Litigation-Safe Document Creation at The Network of Trial Law Firms

October 24, 2014

Cooper Ashley, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group and member of the Firm's Governance Committee, will present at The Network of Trial Law Firms' two-day Litigation Management Supercourse, Litigation: Management or Mayhem? You Choose, on October 24, 2014.

Cooper will present a session on day one titled, "Write Smart: Helping Employees Avoid Creating the Document from Hell." In this session, he will review some of the worst "smoking gun" documents imaginable and provide a roadmap to bullet-proofing your client by causing employees to always keep litigation front-of-mind when creating documents.

Cooper Ashley is a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group and is focused primarily on product liability matters on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants and complex class action and tort cases, including medical device, environmental toxic tort and fire/explosion cases. Cooper has first-chaired numerous jury and bench trials in state and federal courts; argued appeals before the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Minnesota Supreme Court, and the Minnesota Court of Appeals; and conducted all manner of related fact and expert discovery and motion practice.


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