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David Herr and Erica Holzer to Present at the 2020 Eighth Circuit Appellate Practice Manual Webcast Series for Minnesota CLE

October 14, 2020

Maslon Attorneys David Herr and Erica Holzer will present at Minnesota CLE's 2020 Eighth Circuit Appellate Practice Manual Webcast Series on October 14. The series serves as a companion to the Eighth Circuit Appellate Practice Manual and features several of the Manual's editors and authors as they discuss recent and important developments and updates in Eighth Circuit Appellate Practice.

David will moderate a panel discussion entitled "Eighth Circuit Appellate Practice: Overview of Eighth Circuit Practice," in which another experienced litigator and The Clerk of Court for the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals will address a wide variety of issues relating to the filing and processing of new appeals, as well as motions, briefs, and petitions for rehearing. The panel will discuss developments in the court's local practices as well as address how the court is adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic and the use of remote video and audio arguments.

Erica will serve on a panel titled "Eighth Circuit Appellate Practice: Perfecting the Appeal,” in which a distinguished panel of appellate attorneys will discuss the appellate court's jurisdiction, initiating an appeal from a district court's decision, and motions practice and summary disposition of an appeal.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE, 2020 Eighth Circuit Appellate Practice Manual Webcast Series.


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