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David Herr and Erica Holzer Co-Author 2020 Edition of Minnesota Practice Series: Appellate Rules Annotated

June 18, 2020

David Herr and Erica Holzer, attorneys in Maslon's Litigation Group, have co-authored the 2020 edition of Minnesota Practice Series: Appellate Rules Annotated, the leading treatise on Minnesota appellate law and practice. The handbook explains the purpose and construction of the appellate rules against the background of case law and statutes pertinent to each rule. The handbook also includes practical observations, highlights recent changes in the rules, and provides chronological and topical summaries to aid appellate attorneys in processing their cases.

David is a highly regarded appellate lawyer and complex case litigator. He is frequently sought out to provide practical and sophisticated advice on how to resolve difficult, multi-party disputes in trial courts and arbitral forums as well as in the appellate courts. David annotates the Federal Judicial Center's Manual for Complex Litigation, published and distributed nationally by Thomson West.

Erica represents clients in complex commercial disputes and appeals primarily in the areas of tort and product liability, consumer fraud, business torts, and breach of contract actions. She has authored, co-authored, and edited dozens of appellate briefs, and is frequently sought out to provide advice on appeals in the Eighth Circuit and the appellate courts of Minnesota. She has served as lead counsel, co-counsel, or consultant on dozens of appeals involving a broad range of legal issues in state and federal appellate courts across the country.

David has served for more than a decade as Reporter for the Minnesota Supreme Court Advisory Committee on the Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure and Erica serves as a member of the committee.


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