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Practice Area: Corporate Governance
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  • "When it makes sense to breach a contract," Contracts in Context II, ACC Minnesota, 2017
    David E. Suchar
  • Maslon Sponsors 12th Annual Minnesota Cup Competition; Shawn McIntee, Terri Krivosha, and Bill Mower Serve as Minnesota Cup Review Board Members
    Terri Krivosha, Shawn R. McIntee, William M. Mower
  • "The SEC's CEO Pay Ratio Disclosure Rule: Does It Accomplish Anything?" Lexblog Network TV (featured guest), 2013
    Martin R. Rosenbaum
  • "Clawbacks and Equity Plan Litigation Issues," National Association of Stock Plan Professionals, Twin Cities Chapter 2013 Conference
    Jonathan S. Parritz, Martin R. Rosenbaum
  • "Successfully Navigating Through the Challenges of Drafting and Negotiating Complex Technology Agreements in International Settings," webcast, Association of Corporate Counsel Small Law Departments Committee, sponsored by Meritas, 2013
    Eran Kahana
  • "Costs, Responsibilities & Commitment Necessary in Today's Board—And How to Run a Great Board Meeting," panel member, The Collaborative Innovation Series, 2013
    Terri Krivosha
  • "A Perspective on Executive Compensation After Dodd-Frank," co-presenter, Financial Executives International Twin Cities Chapter, 2012
    Martin R. Rosenbaum
  • "Corporate Governance and '34 Act Compliance: Your Shareholders Said What?" RR Donnelly SEC Hot Topics Institute, 2011
    Martin R. Rosenbaum
  • "What Do You Do If You Suspect Fraud Has Occurred in Your Organization?," facilitator and panel member, Common Occupational Frauds and Schemes, Minnesota Society of CPAs, 2011
  • "(Dodd) Frank Talk about New Governance and Compensation Requirements," Small Public Company Forum, 2010
  • "Implications of the Dodd-Frank Act for IROs," National Investor Relations Institute Twin Cities, 2010
    Martin R. Rosenbaum
  • "SEC Disclosure Update: Public Company Disclosures in a Dangerous World," Bowne SEC Conference, 2010
    Martin R. Rosenbaum
  • "Proxy Season Preview: Don't Get Caught Unprepared," Small Public Company Forum, 2010
  • "Zen and the Art of Financial Projections," Equity Matters: The Route to NASDAQ, Springboard Enterprises, Kansas City, Missouri, 2010
    Terri Krivosha
  • "404 Error—File Not Found: Practical Advice on Sarbanes-Oxley 404 Compliance," moderator, Small Public Company Forum – the Inaugural Event, 2009
  • "Zen and the Art of Financial Projections," Equity Matters: The Route to NASDAQ, Columbia Business School, Springboard Enterprises and Columbia Women in Business, 2009
    Terri Krivosha
  • "Women on Boards," guest panelist, Twin Cities, December 2008
    Terri Krivosha
  • "Using Power and Influence Within the Firm," Hastings Leadership Academy for Women, University of California Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, California, 2008
    Terri Krivosha
  • "Website Agreements: ‘I Didn't Agree to Those Terms, Did I?'" Annual Meeting, American Bar Association, 2007
    Eran Kahana
  • "Visions of Women's Leadership," guest lecturer, University of St. Thomas School of Law, 2007
    Terri Krivosha
  • "Ethical Leadership in Corporate Practice: Counseling and Problem-Solving," guest lecturer, University of St. Thomas School of Law, 2004, 2005, 2006
    Terri Krivosha
  • "The Blogging Rage: How blogs can help or hurt your organization and how you can be in control," Maslon Speaker Series, 2006
  • "Working With Advisors: A Guide to Keeping Value High and Costs Low," The Collaborative, 2005
    Terri Krivosha
  • "Executive Level Leadership," panel discussion, Minnesota Women Lawyers, 2004
    Terri Krivosha
  • "Protecting the Corporation's Attorney-Client Privilege," Corporate Practice Institute, Minnesota Institute of Legal Education, 1991-1992
    Richard G. Wilson
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