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David Herr to Co-Chair Minnesota CLE Live Webcast on Appeals in Complex Business Cases
"Business Law: Appeals in Business Cases," guest speaker, webcast, Minnesota CLE, 2015
February 13, 2015

David Herr will co-chair, with former Minnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice Eric Magnuson, a Minnesota CLE live webcast titled "Business Law: Appeals in Business Cases" on February 13, 2015. During the webcast, David and Eric will continue their bimonthly discussion of current appellate issues with special guest Bill Pentelovitch, an experienced business trial lawyer and partner in Maslon's Litigation Group. The program will explore what makes business cases challenging on appeal and will offer practical tips on how to improve your odds of success.

David Herr, an of counsel attorney in Maslon's Litigation Group, is a highly regarded appellate lawyer and complex case litigator. He is frequently sought out to provide practical and sophisticated advice on how to resolve difficult, multi-party disputes in trial courts and arbitral forums, as well as in the appellate courts.

Bill Pentelovitch is a Fellow of the International Academy of Trial lawyers and has practiced exclusively in the area of business-related disputes for 40 years. He is considered both a leading authority and a leading trial lawyer in Minnesota in the area of ownership and governance disputes in corporations, partnerships of all kinds, and limited liability companies. In addition to his substantial practice in the areas of business ownership and governance and non-competes, trade secrets, and unfair competition, Bill handles breach of contract, fraud, antitrust, securities, banking, and intellectual property trials.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE's Business Law: Appeals in Business Cases.

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