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Pro Bono Victory: Minnesota Court of Appeals Reverses Three Permits Issued to PolyMet Mining for Minnesota's First Copper-Nickel Mine

Maslon attorneys Evan Nelson and Margo Brownell led a Maslon team providing pro bono representation to Friends of the Boundary Waters in their litigation challenging the permits in the courts.

David Suchar Elected to Serve as Secretary of The Network of Trial Law Firms

The Network of Trial Law Firms is a not-for-profit association of independent trial law firms in the United States. Founded in 1993, The Network of Trial Law Firms' mission is to connect the world's leading corporations with world-class legal experts.

Erica Holzer to Give Keynote Address at the Minnesota State Bar Association's One Profession Event

In the session titled "Leadership Through Words: How to Write and Talk to Gain the Trust of Clients and Others," Erica will discuss practical and effective tips and best practices for writing and speaking to portray leadership and gain trust.

David Suchar to Co-Present at American Bar Association's 2020 Forum on Construction Law Midwinter Meeting

In his session, David will discuss questionable conduct by lawyers that may violate ethical rules, including a discussion of the many challenges with communicating and marketing through social media.

David Herr and Jevon Bindman Co-Author Article for Bench & Bar of Minnesota on Jury Instruction and Eyewitness Testimony

Featured as the cover story for the January 2020 issue, the article discusses the issues with eyewitness testimony, current jury instruction used in Minnesota, and recent attempts by Minnesota courts to address this issue.

California Consumer Privacy Act: Ten Suggestions to Prepare for 2020 Compliance

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) goes into effect on January 1, 2020. One of the most talked-about consumer privacy laws, the CCPA applies to a range of business entities that collect California residents' personal information, regardless of any entity's physical location.


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