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23 Maslon Attorneys Recognized as 2018 North Star Lawyers by the Minnesota State Bar Association

The North Star Lawyer program recognizes MSBA members who provide 50 hours or more of pro bono legal services per year to those who otherwise could not afford representation.

Erica Holzer Elected to Serve as Secretary and Treasurer of the MSBA's Appellate Practice Section Council

The Appellate Practice Section of the MSBA helps educate appellate practitioners, offering opportunities for those practitioners to connect with the bench, and providing pro bono training and opportunities in the appellate arena.

David Suchar to Present at the Network of Trial Law Firms' Litigation Management in a New York Minute Seminar

David Suchar will present on how effective insurance-coverage litigation demands a specialized strategic approach when it comes to pre-claim preparation, mediation, trial preparation, and settlement, while maintaining a deft understanding of all the involved players.

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.

California Consumer Privacy Act: GDPR Regulations Reach the United States

The law takes effect on January 1, 2020, and is expected to create one of the most significant and strict regulations around data collection and privacy practices in the United States.

GDPR is Coming: Consider Auditing for Compliance

The GDPR is easily the most significant European privacy and data security regulation to be implemented in nearly 20 years and goes into effect on May 25, 2018.


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