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Evan Nelson to Present on the Fight Against Polymet's Proposed Copper-Sulfide Mine for the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness's Annual Gathering

September 16, 2020

Evan Nelson, attorney in Maslon's Litigation Group, will present a webinar titled "Stopping Polymet" for Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness Annual Gathering on September 16, 2020. Former governor Arne Carlson will provide an introduction, and Evan will discuss where Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness is currently at in the fight to beat back PolyMet's proposed copper-sulfide mine, the victories they have already achieved, and what is to come in the future.

Evan focuses his practice on property rights - from making sure landowners get just compensation when their property is condemned to representing trustees and beneficiaries in trust disputes. He also represents clients in commercial disputes and product liability defense litigation. Additionally, he maintains an active pro bono practice, with significant experience in environmental and administrative litigation. Evan serves as a pro bono attorney volunteer for the ABA Death Penalty Representation Project, Pro Se Project, Volunteer Lawyers Network, and Minnesota Legal Advice Online. Evan has served on the Board of Directors for Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness since 2019.

For more information or to register, go to: "Stopping PolyMet – Introduction from Former Governor Arne Carlson and Presentation by Evan Nelson."

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