The 2017 Forum on Workplace Inclusion
The Forum on Workplace Inclusion is designed specifically for organizations that believe an inclusive workplace is vital to organizational effectiveness and bottom-line success.
Michael Sampson to Present at Minnesota Planned Giving Council Breakfast Meeting
Michael will review the income and estate tax proposals currently being considered as well as the arguments that can be made to keep charitable giving relevant if the tax benefits of giving become less of a selling point.
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March 7, 2017 - "Contract Drafting for the 21st Century," Contracts in Context II, ACC Minnesota, 2017
Shauro Bagchi, Bradley A. Pederson
March 7, 2017 - "Joint Venture and Strategic Alliances: Key Considerations for Negotiation, Structuring & Drafting," Contracts in Context II, ACC Minnesota, 2017
Terri Krivosha
March 7, 2017 - "The Interplay Between Noncompete Agreements and Trade Secrets Law: Protecting the Assets that Drive Your Business," Contracts in Context II, ACC Minnesota, 2017
Melissa Muro LaMere, Haley N. Schaffer
March 7, 2017 - "When it makes sense to breach a contract," Contracts in Context II, ACC Minnesota, 2017
Paul D. Chestovich, David E. Suchar
February 22, 2017 - "New Minnesota & Federal Rules – Including a New Timing Rule," The 2017 Civil Litigator's Annual Short Course, Minnesota CLE, 2017
Jevon C. Bindman
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