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Keiko Sugisaka to Present at Minnesota CLE's Effective E-Discovery Seminar
"Pitfalls to Avoid When Producing Your Client's ESI," Effective E-Discovery in Civil Litigation, Minnesota CLE, 2015
July 17, 2015

Keiko Sugisaka, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, will present at Minnesota CLE's Effective E-Discovery in Civil Litigation seminar on July 17, 2015. Keiko will present an afternoon session titled "Pitfalls to Avoid When Producing Your Client's ESI," outlining one of the nine essential checklists provided as part of the overall seminar.

Keiko focuses her practice primarily in the areas of complex business, products liability, and intellectual property cases, including consolidated and multi-district litigation. She has broad experience successfully representing clients in federal and state courts nationwide involving patent, trademark, and copyright infringement; product liability defense; director/officer liability; trade secret misappropriation; unfair competition; and commercial disputes. Keiko also has extensive experience in all stages of complex and large-scale discovery and e-discovery issues.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE's Effective E-Discovery in Civil Litigation.


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