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David Herr and Keiko Sugisaka to Present at Minnesota CLE's 2015 Civil Litigator's Annual Short Course

January 27, 2015

David Herr will chair Minnesota CLE's 2015 Civil Litigator's Annual Short Course on January 27, 2015. Following the seminar's welcome and introduction, David will present a short session titled, "New Federal and State Rules," that will highlight recent rules changes, as well as anticipated changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Later in the afternoon David and Keiko Sugisaka, partner and trial lawyer in Maslon's Litigation Group, will present a bonus program for attendees titled, "Electronic Evidence in Its Various Forms: Why You Need It, How to Get It, How to Use It." David and Keiko will discuss a host of key, practical aspects regarding e-discovery and admissibility in federal and Minnesota state court civil litigation.

David Herr, an of counsel attorney in Maslon's Litigation Group, 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.

Keiko Sugisaka focuses her practice primarily in the areas of complex business, products liability, and intellectual property litigation. She has broad experience successfully litigating both plaintiff and defense cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States involving complex litigation in cases that included patent, trademark, and copyright infringement; products liability defense; antitrust; director/officer liability; trade secret misappropriation; unfair competition; and breach of contract claims.

For more information, or to register for the program, go to: Minnesota CLE's 2015 Civil Litigator's Annual Short Course.


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