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Tom Pack Authors Article on Networking Tips for Introverted Attorneys for DRI's Raising the Bar Newsletter

The article offers helpful tips for introverted attorneys on how they can strengthen their own networks, including through virtual networking, joining a board, and finding alternative venues for in-person networking.

Barry Gersick and Susan Markey Co-Author Article on Sales and Use Tax for Remote Sellers in Minnesota for Thomson Reuters Practical Law

Barry and Susan address issues including nexus for remote sellers, taxability based on economic nexus, economic nexus, and more.

Eran Kahana Authors Two Chapters for the American Bar Association's The Law of Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines

Written by high-level industry experts, the guide provides an in-depth examination of how artificial intelligence has evolved, how it will affect the legal profession, and how the law will be reformed to meet the new realities created by AI.

Erica Holzer and Tom Pack Co-Author Article on Gender-Inclusive Legal Writing for DRI's Raising the Bar Newsletter

The article, titled "Inclusion in Practice: Gender-Inclusive Legal Writing and Communications (Or Why 'Dear Sir or Madam' Must Go)," provides practical and concrete steps towards inclusive legal writing.

David Herr and Jevon Bindman Co-Author 7th Edition of the Minnesota Evidence Rules Summary Guide for Minnesota CLE

The Guide provides a comprehensive list of trial objections and evidence rules basics in an easy-to-use pamphlet, serving as a great tool for trial preparation.

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