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Attorney: James F. Killian
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  • Minnesota Legislature Revises Minnesota's Corporate-Trustee-Friendly Trust Instruction Statute
    Ana Chilingarishvili, James F. Killian, Clark T. Whitmore
  • "Teaming Agreements," Specialized Agreements for the Construction Project: Forms and Substance, American Bar Association, 2006
    James F. Killian
  • "Contractor Team Arrangements: The Negotiation, Drafting and Enforcement of Pre-Bid Agreements to Collectively Seek and Perform Complex Design and Construction Projects," American Bar Association, 2004
    James F. Killian
  • "Minnesota Twisted Law of Indemnification Takes Another Turn: Conditional Indemnification Claims and Minnesota Common Law," Findlaw's Corporate Counsel Center, 2003
    James F. Killian
  • "Enforceability of Arbitration Agreements in Multiparty Litigation when the Relevant Arbitration Agreement Governs the Rights and Responsibilities of Fewer than all Litigants," Minnesota Institute of Legal Education, 2001
    James F. Killian
  • "The Continued Viability of Race- and Gender-Based Preference Programs in Light of Croson and Adarand," Lorman Education Services, 2000
    James F. Killian
  • "The Reinsurer's Liability for Extra-Contractual Bad Faith and Punitive Damages Claims," Minnesota Institute of Legal Education, 1998
    James F. Killian
  • The Continued Viability of Race-Based Preference Programs in Quasi-Governmental and Private Construction, 1995
    James F. Killian
  • "Set-Aside Laws in the Wake of City of Richmond v. J.A. Croson: Where Have All the MBE's Gone?"
    James F. Killian
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