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Stephanie Laws to Present at Minnesota CLE's Pressure on the Privilege Seminar

September 23, 2019

Stephanie Laws, attorney in Maslon's Litigation Group, will present at Minnesota CLE's Pressure on the Privilege seminar on September 23, 2019. During her presentation entitled "When Are Communications with Experts Exempt from Discovery?" Stephanie will explore the application and implications of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(b)(4) and the Minnesota Rule of Civil Procedure 26.01(b).

Stephanie focuses her practice on product liability litigation defense, representing pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers in complex product liability and consumer protection actions nationwide. Prior to joining Maslon, Stephanie worked at two large national law firms practicing product liability and employment litigation defense. She has completed multiple client secondments, providing valuable insights into client business needs.

She has substantial experience in all phases of pre-trial civil litigation, including successful early dismissal of claims based on federal preemption and other grounds, factual investigation and risk assessment, fact and expert discovery and depositions, dispositive motion practice, and settlement negotiations. She employs these skills in tandem with client business needs—effectively implementing early resolution strategies or vigorously defending against claims as required. Stephanie is also experienced with managing small and large-scale device testing. She was recently recognized by Super Lawyers® on the 2019 Minnesota Rising Stars List.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE, Pressure on the Privilege.


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