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Deadline to Register: June 26, 2017 

We know that you’re a good lawyer, you know the rules of the courtroom. However, if you’re like most attorneys, when it comes to bookkeeping and accounting…well, you may have some questions.

This is one area where you can’t afford to have any doubts. Because fiduciary malfeasance is the number one reason law firms dissolve and careers end prematurely. Call it "ledger liability". To remind you of the fact that handling of client funds, income and expense accounts -- even credit card payments -- are all very real liabilities that you need to prepare for.

You should understand the basics of legal trust and business accounting such as: what legal accounting actually is, the 7 most common legal accounting pitfalls, and how modern technology can help your firm.

Presenter:

Erica Birstler, CosmoLex

Erica Birstler is the Director of Strategic Communications at CosmoLex -- developers of an all-in-one cloud-based legal practice management, billing & trust accounting system specifically designed for solo and small law firms. Erica's degree is in Business Administration and she has over 6 years of experience in the legal software industry, catering to the specialized technology needs of small to mid-sized law firms. Erica has given numerous presentations across the country on legal technologies such as law practice technology management, cloud computing, and legal billing & trust accounting compliance.

CLE Credit:

1.0 Ethics CLE Credit applied for | Event code: 239656  

Cost:

MSBA Member:  Free
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00
Law Students: Free

Remote Participation Only: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

 


Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: August 28, 2017 

The pace of business and the practice of law are getting faster. It’s important that your law practice understands the changes that are occurring and determine where to focus in order to keep up with the pack.

We’ll teach you how to stop getting bogged down in the administrative minutiae by focusing your time - on just five essentials that we call the "Five Pillars of Smart Law Practice Management", and how a practice built around these five pillars is a practice built to succeed.

Join this presentation to learn about the five pillars, how and why they are interdependent on each other, and how technological advances have allowed practice management solutions to integrate these pillars into a single solution that may simplify your practice.

Presenter:

Erica Birstler, CosmoLex

Erica Birstler is the Director of Strategic Communications at CosmoLex -- developers of an all-in-one cloud-based legal practice management, billing & trust accounting system specifically designed for solo and small law firms. Erica's degree is in Business Administration and she has over 6 years of experience in the legal software industry, catering to the specialized technology needs of small to mid-sized law firms. Erica has given numerous presentations across the country on legal technologies such as law practice technology management, cloud computing, and legal billing & trust accounting compliance.

CLE Credit:

1.0 Standard CLE Credit applied for | Event code: 239771  

Cost:

MSBA Member:  Free
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00
Law Students: Free

Remote Participation Only: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

 


Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: September 15, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.

You’ve read about Judge Donovan Frank’s decision in the paper or social media, heard about it on MPR, or seen it on your local news. But what does it really mean and what does the future hold?  You will hear directly from experts who have been involved.

     • Ryan Magnus, a partner with Jones and Magnus in Mankato and a member of the Sex Offender Civil Commitment Advisory Task Force, provides an overview of how we got to where we are and the highlights of Judge Frank’s recent decision.

     • Eric Janus, former Dean of William Mitchell College of Law, wrote a an amicus brief with the ACLU-MN.   Dan Gustafson of Gustafson Gluek PLLC is lead attorney for the plaintiffs. Together they will present where they see the future of the sex offender program headed from the plaintiff perspective and potential remedies.

     • Mark Ostrem, Olmsted County Attorney, will discuss the challenges and issues from the government side and provide a preview of possible remedies they could recommend.

Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. and the presentation will being at 10:45 a.m. 

Presenters:

Ryan Magnus, Jones and Magnus
Eric Janus, former Dean of William Mitchell College of Law
Dan Gustafson, Gustafson Gluek, PLLC
Mark Ostrem, Olmsted County Attorney 

CLE Credits:

1.0 Standard CLE Credits approved | Event Code: 210208  

Cost:

MSBA Member:  $10.00 
Non-MSBA Member:  $25.00

Remote Participation: 

There is no remote participation for this event.


To register with a check, please mail in this registration form.
Need to cancel? Please see our cancellation policy.
Questions? Contact Nancy Mischel | 612-278-6331

Item Code: 210208
Price: $25.00

For Student Members

Join us on September 21, 2015 at noon for this 30 minute webinar. We'll discuss the challenges of professional networking and how to use your MSBA membership to connect with practicing attorneys. Plus, we'll take your questions.

Free Registration: Complete the Registration Form

Cost: Free to Law Students

Remote Participation: 

Look for our webinar invite following your registration.

Questions? Contact Mike Carlson | 612-278-6336

Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: September 21, 2015

This CLE will examine proposed Minnesota legislation (HF 1348/SF 1361) to create a cooperative private divorce program and offer perspectives on what the program would mean for those involved in family transitions and the legal system. Specifically, the presenters will discuss:

    • The proposed cooperative divorce program, including
        o Reasons behind the proposed program
        o Basic principles of cooperative private divorce
        o The process to obtain a cooperative private divorce

    • Constitutionality

    • Impacts of the proposed legislation on
        o Dispute resolution in family matters
        o Parenting time and child support
        o Financial issues
        o Real property transactions

    • Self-representation in family matters

    • The role of the courts

If you’d like to be more informed during the public discussion of this legislation, or if you are an attorney or mediator who works with families in transition, you are sure to gain perspective on what is proposed and what it would mean for families.

We invite you to stay for the complimentary reception from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. 

Presenters:

Moderator: Kathleen Gearin, JAMS Neutral; Ramsey County District Judge, Retired 
Panelists: Michael Dittberner, Family Law Attorney, Linder, Dittberner, Bryant & Winter
Andy Dawkins, Attorney, Former Child Support Magistrate, Former member of the MN House of Representatives
Tanja Manrique, Attorney, Tanja K. Manrique, LLC, and Senior Minnesota Judge 

CLE Credits:

1.5 Standard CLE Credits approved | Event Code: 209571  

Cost:

MSBA Members:  $15.00 
Non-MSBA Members:  $20.00 
Law Students:  $0.00 

Remote Participation: 

There is no remote participation for this CLE.

To register with a check, please mail in this registration form.
Need to cancel? Please see our cancellation policy.
Questions? Contact Sherri Knuth | 612-278-6330


Item Code: 209571
Price: $20.00

Deadline to Register: September 29, 2017

Take a tour of free and low cost services available as a part of your MSBA membership. We’ll cover practicelaw tips and tricks, fun with Fastcase, marketing and development resources, and more. Plus, we’ll take your questions.

Lunch provided.

Cost:

MSBA Members:  $10.00
Non-MSBA Members:  $10.00 
Law Students: $10.00

Remote Participation: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

Questions? Email or call the MSBA at 612-333-1183


Price: $0.00

For Student Members

Join us on Friday, October 9, 2015 at noon for this 30 minute webinar. We'll discuss the challenges of professional networking and how to use your MSBA membership to connect with practicing attorneys. Plus, we'll take your questions.

Free Registration: Complete the Registration Form

Cost: Free to Law Students

Remote Participation: 

Look for our webinar invite following your registration.

Questions? Contact Mike Carlson | 612-278-6336

Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: October 6, 2017 

THIS IS REMOTE REGISTRATION ONLY. IN PERSON ATTENDEES SHOULD REGISTER THROUGH DAKOTA COUNTY.

Most MSBA members know that the Bar provides Fastcase as a free legal research service as a member benefit. Fastcase CEO Ed Walters will demonstrate the new Fastcase 7 platform, as well as a host of cool new features that will help occasional researchers search like a pro (and may teach pro researchers a few new tricks as well). From the Minnesota Digest, auto-linking briefs, the topical tag cloud, or Bad Law Bot, the world's first big data citator, there's a little something new for everyone. Fastcase is a nationwide legal research service that normally costs $995 per year, provided by the MSBA for free as a member benefit - find out how to use this powerful tool to supercharge your practice (without a super charge to your bottom line).

Presenter:

Ed Walters; CEO, Fastcase

Ed Walters is the CEO and co-founder of Fastcase. Under Ed's leadership, Fastcase has grown to one of the world's largest legal publishers, currently serving more than 800,000 subscribers from around the world. Before founding Fastcase, Ed worked at Covington & Burling, in Washington D.C. and Brussels. He worked in the White House from 1991-1993, first in the Office of Media Affairs and then in the Office of Presidential Speechwriting. Ed is a member of the Virginia State Bar, and the District of Columbia Bar, and he has been admitted to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and Fifth Circuit. He serves on the boards of Pro Bono Net, Friends of Telecom Without Borders, and Public.Resource.org. He is an adjunct professor at the Georgetown University Law Center, where he teaches The Law of Robots, a class about the frontiers of law and technology.

CLE Credit:

1.0 CLE Credit will be applied for | Event code: 

Cost:

MSBA Member:  Free
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00
Law Students: Free

Remote Participation Only: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

 


Price: $0.00

Join us for a night at the Guthrie!

We have secured reserved seating for the 7:30 pm performance of "To Kill a Mockingbird" on Wednesday, October 14, 2015.  Reserve your ticket(s) today! This is not a fundraiser, but a special evening for professional camaraderie and appreciation for our common calling.  I hope this is of interest to you and that you will consider joining us, together with any guests or friends you would like to bring along. The event will have a limited number of available spots, so I encourage you to register quickly to assure you and your guest(s) can join us. 

John Miller-Stephany, the director, has agreed to speak with MSBA members who attend the October 14 production.  This special audience will take place from 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. in Rehearsal Room 2 on Level 1 through the Stage Door entrance. 

This is a special group rate.  All seats are in Area One of the theatre.

See you at the Guthrie!

Purchased tickets will be mailed after September 28.  There are no cancellations or refunds.    

Cost:

MSBA Members and their guests:  $47.00 

To register with a check, please mail in this registration form.
Questions? Contact Joni Fenner | 612-278-6307


Price: $47.00

Deadline to Register: October 14, 2017 

Most lawyers draft new documents by finding old documents and modifying them to work for the next case or client (by either direct modification or dictation/transcription).  While that approach might be better than starting from a blank page, it has an unacceptably high margin of error and is slower than alternative methods.  It's simply too easy to miss a required change, leave something in that should have been removed, or forget to add something missing from the original.  Further, if the document one starts with was previously negotiated with opposing counsel, it's going to be full of compromised language which is difficult to spot.  There are many superior alternatives to this approach.  In this seminar, we'll show you how to find and consolidate the best of your intellectual capital in a way that increases drafting speed and accuracy while avoiding the aforementioned risks.  Finally, you'll see the spectrum of automation tools from the amazing things your word processor is already capable of, to document assembly applications like HotDocs.  For document-intensive and transactional areas of practice, improved drafting methods directly impact the bottom line and improve client satisfaction.  Prepare to be amazed at the possibilities.

Presenter:

Barron K. Henley, Esq. | Partner, Affinity Consulting Group

CLE Credit:

1.0 Standard CLE Credit applied for | Event code:  248327

Cost:

MSBA Member:  $10.00
Non-MSBA Members:  $30.00
Law Students: $5.00

Remote Participation Only: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

 


Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: October 16, 2017 

THIS IS REMOTE REGISTRATION ONLY. IN PERSON ATTENDEES SHOULD REGISTER THROUGH WASHINGTON COUNTY.

Join your colleagues to learn about the latest in legal malpractice claims and ethics complaints against lawyers.

The CLE program will bring you up-to-date on the most common errors made by lawyers and provide advice for avoiding breakdowns in client matters that often lead to malpractice claims and ethics complaints. 

Todd C. Scott, VP of Risk Management, will discuss:

  • Practice area frequency reporting malpractice matters
  • The most common alleged errors and how to avoid them
  • Client communications errors and potential conflicts
  • Succession planning and everyday risk management

Presenter:

Todd C. Scott; Vice President Risk Management, Minnesota Lawyers Mutual

CLE Credit:

1.0 Ethics CLE Credit will be applied for | Event code: 

Cost:

MSBA Member:  Free
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00
Law Students: Free

Remote Participation Only: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

 


Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: October 17, 2017 

Confidentiality is at the heart of every attorney / client relationship. It’s something no lawyer can take for granted. And that’s why protection of client information, whether it’s kept locally or on a Cloud system, is something every lawyer needs to address -- and reasses -- on an ongoing basis as technology evolves.

There are things you can do -- steps you need to take -- but first it’s important to understand the true scope of what effective cyber security looks like. Achieving solid data security involves much more than just keeping your antivirus program up-to-date. It involves using best practices and deploying modern methods like encryption, validated backups, two-factor authentication, guarded client communication portals, and more. Vulnerabilities exist in places most of us are not even aware of -- such as within popular email providers -- and you need to know where the "holes" are before you can plug them.

This presentation will show you various methods small law firms can and should use right now to greatly improve security across the entire practice. Join us for what promises to be a lively, interactive, and valuable session on ‘Cyber Security Challenges for Today’s Small Law Firms’.

Presenter:

Rick Kabra, Ph.D., CosmoLex

Rick Kabra, Ph.D., is the CEO of CosmoLex Cloud, a web based law practice management system designed for small law firms. Rick has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and has over 12 years of experience in the legal software industry catering to the specialized technology needs of small law firms. Rick is the co-author of the book Law Firm Accounting Demystified, has given hundreds of seminars, and has published numerous articles on legal technologies related to law office management, cloud computing, and legal billing, business & trust accounting compliance issues. Rick's passion is helping attorneys use technology to simplify their law firm operations. Under his watch, the CosmoLex platform has grown to include practice management, billing, business accounting and trust accounting functions and is being used by small law firms across the nation.

CLE Credit:

1.0 Ethics CLE Credit applied for | Event code: 239772

Cost:

MSBA Member:  Free
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00
Law Students: Free

Remote Participation Only: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

 


Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: October 17, 2017 

THIS IS REMOTE REGISTRATION ONLY. IN PERSON ATTENDEES SHOULD REGISTER THROUGH DAKOTA COUNTY.

Find out from MLM's top expert on legal technology about the tools, tips and services attorneys are using to improve their law practice. Todd C. Scott, VP of Risk Management, will bring you up-to-date on the newest tools & greatest technology tips, including:

  • Choosing the best desktop, laptop or tablet for your needs and how to be a smart online buyer;
  • Practice management tools that are reshaping the practice of law and improving client service;
  • Beyond QuickBooks: new cloud-based finance tools that lawyers are talking about;
  • Cloud storage tools, services and security - are you doing it right?

Presenter:

Todd C. Scott; Vice President Risk Management, Minnesota Lawyers Mutual

CLE Credit:

1.0 CLE Credit will be applied for | Event code: 

Cost:

MSBA Member:  Free
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00
Law Students: Free

Remote Participation Only: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

 


Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: October 19, 2017 

Start with Trust: How to Develop Customer Relationships that Drive Word-of-Mouth Referrals.

  • Why: The importance of focusing on customer relationships
  • What: Top priorities when building customer relationships
  • How: The Ruby Service Pyramid and how you can create your own

Presenter:

Christina Burns, Ruby Receptionists

Christina Burns is the VP of Service at Ruby Receptionists. She's been in the customer service industry for over a decade, and has learned some incredibly valuable lessons over the years. Christina has a passion for sharing information and encouraging businesses to focus on customer experience as a key business metric, and wholeheartedly believes that fantastic customer service can make the world a better place.

CLE Credit:

1.0  CLE Credit will be applied for | Event code:  248335

Cost:

MSBA Member:  Free
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00
Law Students: Free

Remote Participation Only: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

 


Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: October 20, 2017

A marital dissolution action in Minnesota involves a lot of detail on a wide range of issues, far wider than in most other types of civil action.  All of those issues have to be anticipated and all necessary facts alleged in the petition (and answer or counter-petition).  All of them have to be reflected in the eventual conclusions of law, findings of fact, and judgment and decree, whether stipulated or proposed. 
Beth Barbosa will share her insights into how best to handle a typical marital dissolution, to give you confidence in having covered all the necessary elements, and having done so as efficiently as possible for your client.  She will address common issues and oversights, and the appropriate use of checklists, model template forms, and document assembly systems in making a lawyer’s work both thorough and efficient, while allowing adaptation and customization for the varying or more complex circumstances of a particular client’s case. 

Presenters:
Beth Barbosa is a partner with the firm of Gilbert Alden.  She has nearly two decades of experience as an attorney, and focuses her family law practice on complex cases.  She was the main contributor to the most recent revision of the MSBA’s set of forms for family law attorneys and continues as a member of the Family Law Form Committee.  Beth often presents on family law issues at Continuing Legal Education events.  She was first admitted to the bar in 1999, and the Minnesota bar in 2002, and is an active member of several bar associations, as well as a Qualified Neutral, Parenting Time Expeditor, and graduate of the Harvard Negotiation Institute. 

Michael Trittipo is an attorney editor with the MSBA.  He earned his J.D. cum laude in 1981, and practiced law for several years.  He currently maintains the MSBA's mndocs templates using the HotDocs platform.

CLE Credits:

1.5 Standard CLE Credit applied for | Event Code: 248283

Cost:

MSBA Members:  FREE 
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00 
Law Students: FREE


Remote Participation: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

Questions? Email or call the MSBA at 612-333-1183


Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: October 30, 2017

Whether practicing in a corporate legal department, a large law firm, or as even a solo practitioner, attorneys need to be prepared for handling electronic discovery in litigation. In this discussion, we will discuss the basic principles and best practices every attorney should understand about eDiscovery to enable them to manage litigation matters more effectively.

Ben Legatt, Vice President of Consulting Services at Shepherd Data Services, gained extensive hands-on litigation and trial experience starting in 2001. He is a certified TrialDirector® and Relativity® instructor with expertise in AccessData and LexisNexis products: AD Summation®, Concordance®, CaseMap®, and TimeMap®. Ben focuses on troubleshooting day-¬to-day client technology issues, and utilizes his litigation experience to assist clients in discovery planning and preparation. Ben leads Shepherd Data Services’ education and training programs, including the popular "Shepherd Speaks" series as well as customized sessions to meet client needs.

CLE Credits:

1.0 Standard CLE Credit applied for | Event Code: 248330

Cost:

MSBA Members:  FREE 
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00 
Law Students: FREE


Remote Participation: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.


Questions? Email or call the MSBA at 612-333-1183


Item Code: 248330
Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: October 30, 2017

The prevalence of mobile devices in society is immense and it’s still on the rise.  More and more attorneys find many of their cases involve data from these devices.  In this presentation, Christine will discuss:
•  how a forensic examiner assesses a mobile device;
•  the implications of recovered mobile data in a case, and
•  case law involving privacy, bring your own device (BYOD) and other mobile device issues.

Christine Chalstrom is the Founder, CEO, and President of Shepherd Data Services.  She has spoken widely on the Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedures, Digital Forensics, and eDiscovery best practices.  Her credits include presentations to the American Bar Association, Association of Certified e-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), Corporate Counsel Institute, MN Association of Corporate Counsel, MN Association of Litigation Support Professionals, MN CLE, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute. She is an attorney, programmer, and forensic examiner.

CLE Credits:

1.0 Standard CLE Credit applied for | Event Code:  248332

Cost:

MSBA Members:  FREE 
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00 
Law Students: FREE


Remote Participation: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.


Questions? Email or call the MSBA at 612-333-1183


Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: October 31, 2017

In the world of online legal research, we often think only of premium services like Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg. In this workshop, we’ll tour the broader landscape of valuable online legal research tools. We’ll explore strategies for cost-effectively performing a range of research tasks. In addition to navigating primary sources, we’ll take a look at forms, sample documents, business and industry information, news, visualizations, intellectual property tools and more.

Plus, bring your legal research challenges. We’ll save some time for processing difficult queries. If you wish, email the presenter ahead of time with your most demanding legal research questions: mcarlson@mnbar.org .

About the Presenter: Mike served 10 years at Thomson Reuters as a Reference Staff Attorney where he performed legal research, analyzed feedback, and provided trainings. Mike now serves the online services team at the Minnesota State Bar Association.

Brown Bag Lunch

One Standard CLE Credit Applied For: Event Code 249330

Cost:

MSBA Members:  FREE 
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00 
Law Students: FREE


Remote Participation: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

Questions? Email or call the MSBA at 612-333-1183


Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: November 9, 2017

BROWN BAG LUNCH

Estate administration encompasses the entire process of post-death administration, whether a probate is required or not. Both probate and non-probate procedures will be discussed in this program. Many non-lawyers find the word "probate" a bit scary, and the process mysterious. But it should not be a mystery for you when clients seek your help. The basic questions addressed are: whether probate is needed in a particular situation, formal versus informal administration, supervised or unsupervised, and probate alternatives.

Jill Sauber will share her insights about the process based on her extensive practice in this area. Her discussion will give you confidence that you can handle a potential client's call and competently handle the estate administration. Jill will share tools and templates from the mndocs document assembly system so you do not have to re-invent the wheel! Templates in a document assembly system can help ensure that you have addressed all necessary issues, they help with consistent formatting for filing, and allow you to avoid drafting errors inherent when you use "copy-and-paste".

Presenters:
Jill Sauber loves her work! Her entire professional career has focused on death, dying, and preplanning. She practices at Chestnut Cambronne PA in the area of elder law, with an emphasis on helping guide clients through estate planning and administration (probate), government benefits, and long-term planning and asset protection. She earned her J.D. from the University of St. Thomas School of Law in 2013 and was admitted to the bar the same year. She is an enthusiastic and frequent volunteer, serving on the MSBA's Elder Law Governing Council and doing pro bono work in the Wills for Heroes program and Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans clinics. She takes a particular interest in helping lawyers new to the profession (or just new to elder law) to learn the ropes from lawyers experienced in this area of practice. 

Michael Trittipo is an attorney editor with the MSBA.  He earned his J.D. cum laude in 1981, and practiced law for several years.  He currently maintains the MSBA's mndocs templates using the HotDocs platform.

CLE Credits:

1.5 Standard CLE Credit applied for | Event Code:

Cost:

MSBA Members:  FREE 
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00 
Law Students: FREE


Remote Participation: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

Questions? Email or call the MSBA at 612-333-1183


Price: $0.00

Deadline to Register: November 30, 2017

BROWN BAG LUNCH

Session will be held at the Dakota County Western Service Center. The address is 14955 Galaxie Avenue, Apple Valley, MN  55124.

Business entities can be created by postcard. But most of the time, you and your clients are going to want to put some significant advance thought into some of the formation issues, and have more robust documentation. A typical operating agreement for either a board-managed or a member-managed LLC might entail several choices and run to a dozen or score of pages, for example.

Bryan Zlimen will share his insights about the choices and the process, based on his extensive practice in this area. He will also share some recent contributions he has made to add to the MSBA's mndocs collection of documents for members to use forming businesses for their clients, explaining the reasons behind some of the drafting, the advantages of using an interview process instead of cut-and-paste copying, and where you might consider further customizing the formation documents generated by the templates. Using templates makes the process more efficient, while also guarding against potential drafting mistakes.

Presenters:
Bryan Zlimen is a founding member of Zlimen & McGuiness, PLLC. His interest in business law comes naturally: before receiving his J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law in 2007, he was already a small business owner with over a decade's familiarity with the issues small businesses face. In his decade of experience since graduation, he has authored several articles on practical issues such as business practices, formation, and collection, and has presented on legal issues both locally and nationally. While in law school, he earned the Minnesota Justice Foundation Volunteer Service Award; and he continues to be committed to client satisfaction. His practice includes significant work on entity formation and buy-sell agreements.

Michael Trittipo is an attorney editor with the MSBA.  He earned his J.D. cum laude in 1981, and practiced law for several years.  He currently maintains the MSBA's mndocs templates using the HotDocs platform.

CLE Credits:

1.5 Standard CLE Credit applied for | Event Code:

Cost:

MSBA Members:  FREE 
Non-MSBA Members:  $25.00 
Law Students: FREE


Remote Participation: The instructions will be circulated the day before the program.

Questions? Email or call the MSBA at 612-333-1183


Price: $0.00
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