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Keiko Sugisaka to Present at Minnesota CLE's Paralegal Seminar

May 15, 2018

Keiko Sugisaka, co-chair of Maslon's Tort & Product Liability Group and partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, will present at Minnesota CLE's paralegal seminar, The Role of a Paralegal in Civil Litigation, on May 15, 2018. During her session titled "E-Discovery – Tips and Traps Unique to Handling E-Discovery," Keiko will highlight the main areas where e-discovery issues typically arise in any type of litigation that paralegals should be aware of and should be prepared to address. 

Keiko focuses her practice primarily on product liability, complex business, and intellectual property cases, including consolidated and multi-district litigation. She has broad experience successfully representing clients in federal and state courts nationwide involving product liability defense; patent, trademark, and copyright infringement; director/officer liability; trade secret misappropriation; unfair competition; and commercial disputes. Keiko also has extensive experience in all stages of complex and large-scale discovery and e-discovery issues.

For more information, go to: The Role of a Paralegal in Civil Litigation.


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