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Global Rights for Women 2019 Fall Fundraiser (Sponsored by Maslon)

Global Rights for Women works with leaders around the world to advance women and girls' right to live free from violence through legal reform and institutional and social change.

Page Education Foundation 2019 All Star Gala (Sponsored by Maslon)

The Page Education Foundation 2019 All Star Gala will support the organization's mission to encourage Minnesota's students of color to participate in post-secondary education.

Jevon Bindman and Peter Doely to Co-Present Webinar on Social Media Evidence for Minnesota CLE

Jevon and Peter will analyze some of the evidentiary considerations that courts have grappled with when it comes to social media in litigation.

Amy Swedberg to Present on Bankruptcy at Minnesota CLE's 2019 Midwest IP Institute

A panel of four legal experts—one each in antitrust, privacy, bankruptcy, and advertising law—will answer common, critical questions about how their respective area of the law intersects with IP matters.

Eran Kahana Authors Two Chapters for the American Bar Association's The Law of Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines

Written by high-level industry experts, the guide provides an in-depth examination of how artificial intelligence has evolved, how it will affect the legal profession, and how the law will be reformed to meet the new realities created by AI.

Compliance Countdown: An Employer's Guide to Minnesota's New Wage Theft Law

To assist you, a summary of the most significant changes affecting Minnesota employers is provided below with links to key related documents provided by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DOLI).

California Consumer Privacy Act: GDPR Regulations Reach the United States

The law takes effect on January 1, 2020, and is expected to create one of the most significant and strict regulations around data collection and privacy practices in the United States.

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