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Leora Maccabee to Present at Minnesota CLE's Unfair Trade Practices Webcast

February 19, 2020

Leora Maccabee, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, will present Minnesota CLE's "Business Disputes: Unfair Trade Practices" webcast on February 19, 2020, which is based upon the chapter she co-authored in the 2019 edition of Minnesota CLE's Business Disputes: Claims and Remedies Deskbook. Leora's presentation will focus on claims for false advertising under the Lanham Act and Minnesota’s Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act, under Minnesota's False Statements in Advertising Act, as well as advertising/unfair trade practice cases in Minnesota federal courts.

Leora is a trial lawyer practicing primarily in the areas of general business and trust and estate litigation. In the business litigation side of her practice, she prides herself on offering exceptional legal service to businesses—from multimillion-dollar companies to startups—facing conflicts and challenges that at minimum threaten to distract from the products they are selling and services they are providing to our community, and at maximum are bet-the-company matters. Whether that means going to court or engaging in mediation, she represents her clients aggressively, intelligently, and effectively, and with a keen eye towards their business needs.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE, Business Disputes: Unfair Trade Practices.


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