Julian Zebot to Serve on Panel at Minnesota State Bar Association's Trust Code Seminar
During the session titled, "'Trip, trap, trip, trap' went the Trust Code. 'Who's that tripping over my code?' roared the Judge," presenters will review nonjudicial settlement agreements, modification of trusts, notice to beneficiaries, and statute of limitations issues.
David Suchar to Co-Present on Ethical Challenges for Practising Law Institute's Building Better Construction Contracts Program
David's presentation, entitled "Construction Law: Ethical Challenges," will discuss best practices for acting as insurer appointed counsel.
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October 18, 2017 - "Drafting Owner Agreements," guest lecturer, University of Minnesota Law School, 2017
Shauro Bagchi
September 20, 2017 - "Think Like Private Equity: How PE firms buy companies & maximize returns," moderator, Quazar Capital, 2017
Shawn R. McIntee
September 7, 2017 - "Additional Insured Endorsements: What You Need to Know as a Construction Lawyer," ABA Forum on Construction Law, 2017
David E. Suchar
August 4, 2017 - "Ethics: Lawyers Behaving Badly—Avoiding Sanctions You Never Saw Coming," Litigation Management in a New York Minute, The Network of Trial Law Firms, 2017
Terrance C. Newby
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