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Julian Zebot Publishes Series of Articles on Minnesota's New Uniform Trust Code for Epilawg.com
"What You Need to Know about Minnesota's Uniform Trust Code Part I: Dual-Track Jurisdiction," Epilawg.com, April 2, 2015
April 02, 2015

Julian Zebot is publishing a series of 6 articles for the estate planning law blog, Epilawg.com. The articles will discuss the different aspects of Minnesota's new Uniform Trust Code (UTC), which becomes effective January 1, 2016.  The full list of articles currently available in the series and publication dates are provided below:

Available Now:

What You Need to Know about Minnesota's Uniform Trust Code Part I: Dual-Track Jurisdiction: April 2, 2015

What You Need to Know about Minnesota’s Uniform Trust Code Part II: Trust Administration Involving Co-Trustees: April 27, 2015

Julian Zebot is a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group and focuses his practice on fiduciary and trust litigation as well as commercial litigation involving claims of unfair business competition, including lawsuits involving sales representatives and sales practices. He has broad litigation experience involving fiduciary duties, trusts, probate, business torts, the Minnesota Termination of Sales Representatives Act ("MTSRA"), Lanham Act claims, class actions, and other complex commercial litigation, including litigation involving banks, other financial service businesses, manufacturers and companies with sales forces, and closely held companies.



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