Terri Krivosha to Moderate Panel for Minnesota CLE's Business Law Institute
The panel of women entrepreneurs will discuss when obtaining WBE certification is advantageous to a business and how to obtain and maintain the certification.
Howard Tarkow to Present at Minnesota CLE's 2017 Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute
Howard's presentation, "Drafting Separation Agreements and Releases (Including an Annotated Document)," will discuss when and how to use separation agreements to reduce legal risk as well as how to draft them properly and avoid legal pitfalls.
Susan Link, Michael Sampson, Diana Ringuette, and Cindy Costello to Present at the 2017 Probate & Trust Law Section Conference for Minnesota CLE
The Conference will include a comprehensive review of all recent Minnesota probate and trust cases as well as legislative updates and insights.
21st Annual YWCA Circle of Women Luncheon (Sponsored by Maslon)
The luncheon provides an inspirational opportunity to support life-changing programs in the community, empowering women and girls in profound ways.
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April 25, 2017 - "Financial Challenges and Planning for Widows, Widowers, Caregivers and Singles," University of Minnesota Retirees Association, 2017
Susan J. Link
March 7, 2017 - "When it makes sense to breach a contract," Contracts in Context II, ACC Minnesota, 2017
Paul D. Chestovich, David E. Suchar
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
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