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David Herr to Chair Minnesota CLE's 2017 Civil Litigator's Annual Short Course

February 22, 2017

David Herr will chair Minnesota CLE's 2017 Civil Litigator's Annual Short Course on February 22, 2017. David will begin the half-day seminar with a presentation titled, "New Minnesota & Federal Rules – Including a New Timing Rule," which will discuss recent changes to the Minnesota Civil Rules, General Rules of Practice, and Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure as well as their federal counterparts, including a federal timing change regarding electronically served discovery.

David will also moderate a session titled "The Realized Effects of the New Discovery Rules & How Strategy and Practice Are Changing" covering significant changes to the federal discovery rules that went into effect December 2015. The panelists will discuss how federal courts have been interpreting the discovery changes over this past year; how Minnesota state courts have interpreted the proportionality requirement as it applies to discovery; and how litigators have changed strategy and practice (or not) in light of the changes.

David, 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. David is past president of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers, past president of the Academy of Court Appointed Masters, and regularly argues cases in the Minnesota appellate courts and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. He annotates the Federal Judicial Center's Manual for Complex Litigation, published and distributed nationally by Thomson West.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE's: 2017 Civil Litigator's Annual Short Course.


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