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Advances in Lawsuit Against PolyMet Mining: Maslon Serving as Plaintiff Pro Bono Representation

Maslon attorneys Evan Nelson and Margo Brownell led a Maslon team providing pro bono representation to Friends of the Boundary Waters in their litigation challenging the permits in the courts.

Shauro Bagchi Selected for 2020 Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Fellows Program

The Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) Fellows Program is designed to connect high-potential attorneys with General Counsel and Managing Partners from preeminent organizations for a year-long professional development series that focuses on leadership and relationship building.

Erica Holzer to Give Keynote Address at the Minnesota State Bar Association's One Profession Event

In the session titled "Leadership Through Words: How to Write and Talk to Gain the Trust of Clients and Others," Erica will discuss practical and effective tips and best practices for writing and speaking to portray leadership and gain trust.

David Herr and Jevon Bindman Co-Author Article for Bench & Bar of Minnesota on Jury Instruction and Eyewitness Testimony

Featured as the cover story for the January 2020 issue, the article discusses the issues with eyewitness testimony, current jury instruction used in Minnesota, and recent attempts by Minnesota courts to address this issue.

SECURE (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement) Act: Consider Revisiting Your Estate Plans for Impact

The SECURE Act—landmark legislation that may affect how you plan for your retirement—was recently passed by Congress and signed into law and many of its provisions are now in effect. Now is the time to consider how these new rules may affect your tax and retirement plans.


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