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Martin Fallon to Present and Moderate Panel Discussions for Minnesota CLE's Contract Law Seminar

August 27, 2019

Martin Fallon, attorney in Maslon's Litigation & Real Estate Groups, will present and moderate multiple panel discussions for Minnesota CLE's "Contract Law: Creating, Interpreting & Litigating Contracts in Minnesota" seminar on August 27, 2019. Marty’s sessions will provide expert analysis of difficult issues and the latest caselaw using real-world scenarios to explore topics, including getting injunctive relief for covenants not to compete and how contracts are dealt with in bankruptcy.

Martin represents businesses and individuals in lawsuits involving commercial litigation, contract disputes, construction litigation, shareholder disputes, trust & estate litigation, unfair competition, and real estate litigation. He also works on complex commercial cases in federal and state courts and in arbitration hearings. He was recently recognized as a 2019 North Star Lawyer by the Minnesota State Bar Association. Martin was also selected for inclusion in the 2019 Minnesota Super Lawyers® List – a designation given to only 5 percent of Minnesota attorneys each year.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE, Contract Law: Creating, Interpreting and Litigating Contracts in Minnesota.


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