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Attorney: Richard G. Wilson
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  • "Shifting Fiduciary Duties in Troubled Economic Times," Maslon Speaker Series, 2009
    Joseph Alexander, Margo S. Brownell, Richard G. Wilson
  • "Trading Talent Without Trading Secrets. How to Manage the Risks Involved in Hiring While Protecting Intellectual Property Rights," Maslon Speaker Series, 2006
    Wayne S. Moskowitz, Richard G. Wilson
  • "Trading talent without trading secrets: How to protect your company's intellectual property rights when an employee leaves to join a competitor," Maslon Speaker Series, 2006
    Wayne S. Moskowitz, Jonathan S. Parritz, Richard G. Wilson
  • "Duty of Care: Current Issues in the Application of the Business Judgment Rule," Director and Officer Liability, Minnesota CLE, 1994
    Richard G. Wilson
  • "Advising Special Committees of Boards of Directors," Corporate Practice Institute, Minnesota Institute of Legal Education, 1990, 1993
    Richard G. Wilson
  • "Protecting the Corporation's Attorney-Client Privilege," Corporate Practice Institute, Minnesota Institute of Legal Education, 1991-1992
    Richard G. Wilson
  • "Discovery Strategies and Tactics in Shareholder Actions," Resolving Shareholder Disputes, 1991
    Richard G. Wilson
  • "Settlement Problems and Solutions," Minnesota Civil Trial Practice II, Minnesota CLE, 1990
    Richard G. Wilson
  • "Statutory Claims Against Accountants," Accounting Malpractice, Minnesota Institute of Legal Education, 1990
    Richard G. Wilson
  • "Defending Shareholder and Derivative Litigation," Corporate Practice Institute, Minnesota Institute of Legal Education, 1989
    Richard G. Wilson
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