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David Herr to Present on New Federal and State Rules for Minnesota CLE

February 2, 2016

David Herr, a member of Maslon's Litigation Group, will chair Minnesota CLE's 2016 Civil Litigator's Annual Short Course on February 2, 2016. In addition, David will present a session titled "New Federal and State Rules – Including the New Federal E-Discovery Rules" while highlighting recent changes to the Minnesota Civil Rules, General Rules of Practice, Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure, and their federal counterparts. David will also talk about the new federal e-discovery rules during the session.

Following the Short Course, David will serve on an afternoon panel titled "What Every Civil Litigator Should Know About Multi-District Litigation and Class Actions." During this bonus program, panelists will provide insight into the unique aspects of multi-district litigation and class actions, with an eye on detailing matters of interest and importance to all civil litigators.

David Herr 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. In addition to being a past president of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers, David is a past president of the Academy of Court Appointed Masters, and he regularly advises clients and argues cases in the Minnesota and federal appellate courts. 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 2016 Civil Litigator's Annual Short Course.


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