JUNE WEBCAST EXTRAVAGANZA
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June Webcast Extravaganza

Minnesota CLE’s June Webcast Extravaganza is absolutely packed with high-quality legal education designed especially for Minnesota practitioners. Earn up to 43 credits, including 10 ethics and 3 elimination of bias credits. Our June Extravaganza includes popular national speakers Stu Teicher and the Rock ‘n’ Roll Lawyer Jim Jesse, the Litigation Specialty Topics series, the Residential Real Estate Transactions Series, and many more valuable webcast programs. Register for our information-packed, cost-saving Extravaganza today!

Times listed are Central Time.

Wednesday, June 3, 2020
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Residential Real Estate: Special Issues When Buying/Selling Townhomes and Condos
This presentation reviews the particular considerations and issues involved when buying or selling a townhome or condominium in Minnesota. These considerations include the differences between townhomes and condominiums, the applicability of the Minnesota Common Interest Ownership Act (Minn. Stat. Ch 515B), and certain disclosures that must be made by the common interest community association prior to the sale of a townhome or condominium. This session will also address current challenges facing the townhome and condominium market and how these challenges affect real estate transactions involving a townhome or condominium.
– Sarah B. Bennett; Chestnut Cambronne PA


Wednesday, June 3, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Minority Shareholder Litigation: Direct vs. Derivative Claims and Special Litigation Committees
Minority shareholders can have two types of claims: direct and derivative. A shareholder can raise direct claims in litigation, but derivative claims belong to the company. This program will explore the difference between direct and derivative claims.  For those claims that are derivative, we will discuss the procedure for asserting derivative claims and the role of the Special Litigation Committee in examining and making a recommendation as to how to proceed with derivative claims.
– Scott A. Benson; Briol & Benson, PLLC
– Mark Briol; Briol & Benson, PLLC
– Joseph Pull; Briol & Benson, PLLC


Wednesday, June 3, 2020
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Residential Real Estate: Disclosure Requirements and Home Inspections
A review of statutory and case law relating to the duty of residential sellers (and their brokers) to make disclosures regarding the condition of the property, and a review of the various inspections that are available, advisable, and required.
– David J. McGee; Tomsche, Sonnesyn & Tomsche, P.A.


Tuesday, June 9, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Medical Malpractice: The Anatomy of a Case
Medical malpractice cases are complex, not only from a medical standpoint, but from a legal perspective as well. In this presentation, medical malpractice and personal injury trial attorney Elizabeth Fors will guide you through the basics, as well as the nuances, of bringing a successful medical malpractice case in Minnesota.
– Elizabeth Fors; Robins Kaplan LLP


Wednesday, June 10, 2020
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Stu Teicher: Tricky Twitter Traps and Other Tech Torture
Twitter is all the rage, both in the practice and in lawyers’ personal lives. Well, whenever lawyers choose to tweet, they enter an ethical danger zone. Join the "CLE Performer," Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he explains the tricky Twitter traps that can cause ethical headaches for every lawyer.

  • The Conflict dangers when tweeting about politics (Rule 1.7)
  • When sharing isn’t caring – it’s an ethical violation (Rule 4.1)
  • Real life mistakes with confidentiality (Rule 1.6)

– Stuart Teicher, Esq.; The CLE Performer


Wednesday, June 10, 2020
10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Stu Teicher: The Cyborgs are Coming! The Cyborgs are Coming!
Lots of speakers warn about the run-of-the-mill ethical concerns with technology, but only a select few understand the deep cuts – the cutting-edge concerns that are shifting the practice of law and causing ethical headaches for sophisticated lawyers. Join the "CLE Performer,” Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he explains both the expanding ethical pitfalls and the evolving ethical duties that lawyers face when using new technology. Attendees will learn about:

  • The dangers that lawyers could experience from big data and the LinkedIn/Microsoft merger
  • The Ethical implications of getting scammed online. 
  • Frictionless computing and what it means for lawyers
  • Ethical issues in the latest technological disruptions like AI, device issues (frictionless computing)

– Stuart Teicher, Esq.; The CLE Performer


Wednesday, June 10, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Stu Teicher: What My Facebook Posts Teach about Attorney Ethics
Stuart Teicher, Esq., posts some funny stuff while on the road as a full time CLE teacher. He sees some interesting celebrities and meets some not-so-courteous people. The one thing those Facebook posts all have in common is that they actually teach some important ethics lessons. Join him for an unusual discussion of Rules 1.16 (withdrawal), 2.1 (advising), 1.3 (diligence), and more.
– Stuart Teicher, Esq.; The CLE Performer


Wednesday, June 10, 2020
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Stu Teicher: Bias Has Been Eliminated…Hypothetically Speaking
The occurrence of stereotypically outlandish bias has decreased in recent years (thankfully). But that doesn't mean that we’ve eliminated bias from the profession. In fact, it unfortunately continues to exist in more subtle ways. Join the “CLE Performer,” Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he shows how bias continues to exist, uses several hypothetical examples to reveal how bias manifests itself in the practice…and gives a few ideas about what lawyers can do to eliminate it from the profession.
– Stuart Teicher, Esq.; The CLE Performer


Thursday, June 11, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
includes one 15-minute break
Drafting Wills and Trust Agreements: Drafting for Married Couples with Young Children
This session will focus on planning for a young married couple with young children that is beginning to accumulate assets but whose largest asset at death is likely to be life insurance. Topics include:

  • When to use revocable trusts or wills
  • Trusts for children: How to structure, things to consider, nominating trustees
  • Independent trustees v. beneficiary trustees
  • Handling vacation properties
  • and more!

Seminar materials will consist of the difficult, confusing clauses from each of the forms to be discussed, as well as practice points related to the type of client that is covered in the seminar. The forms themselves are not included.

– Maggie D. Green; Donohue Green Law Office, PLLC
– Diana L. Marianetti; Maslon LLP
– Seth A. Nielsen; Heyley, Duncan & Melander, PLLC
– Jayne E. Sykora; Sykora & Santini PLLC


Thursday, June 11, 2020
1:00 – 4:15 p.m.
includes one-15 minute break
Drafting Wills and Trust Agreements: Drafting for Married Couples with Older Children
This presentation will focus on an older married couple with older children who have accumulated some assets, including taxable and tax-deferred investments, real estate, and life insurance. They are a blended family with children from previous marriages who are in their late teens or early 20s. Topics include:

  • Marital Deduction Formulas 
  • QTIPs vs. Outright Marital Gifts 
  • Powers of Appointment 
  • Rearranging the Client’s Balance Sheet 
  • How to Fund Trusts 
  • Dealing with Addiction and Other Issues with Children 
  • Trustee Selection 
  • Trusts for Lifetime Gifting 
  • Provisions Allowed by the UTC (directed trusts, decanting, silent trusts, etc.)

Seminar materials will consist of the difficult, confusing clauses from each of the forms to be discussed, as well as practice points related to the type of client that is covered in the seminar. The forms themselves are not included.

– Andrea S. Breckner; Olson & Breckner, P.A.
– Michael P. Sampson; Maslon LLP
– Cameron R. Seybolt; Fredrikson & Byron, P.A.


Tuesday, June 16, 2020
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Advising Fiduciaries: Think Before You Take That Note
Professionals serving in a fiduciary capacity (trust officers, wealth advisors and bankers) frequently keep notes of interactions with clients as part of their ongoing work. Often, these notes contain sensitive information or privileged attorney-client communication. Yet, these notes may be subject to a third-party subpoena, the disclosure of which may damage the client and disclose confidential or privileged information. What should the notes actually contain? Learn best practices for advising clients about relevant, helpful, and appropriate fiduciary documentation that reflects the work but does not include sensitive or privileged attorney-client communication.
– Sonja Trom Eayrs; Barnes & Thornburg LLP
– Kim Ruckdaschel-Haley; Best & Flanagan LLP


Tuesday, June 16, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Riding the Wave: Early Dispute Resolution Fundamentals
Early dispute resolution, particularly early mediation, is the future of dispute resolution in civil litigation. It’s a no-brainer. Efficiently resolving disputes is valuable because it reduces the time-related expense involved with using the traditional procedures of adjudicative adversarial processes, preserves opportunities for maintaining valuable business relationships, and allows for innovative business ideas to facilitate settlement. Accordingly, dispute resolution in many industries is moving in new and game-changing directions as industry participants demand earlier and more efficient resolutions. Hear from two local attorneys known for their innovations in early mediation advocacy about the fundamentals of early dispute resolution, and the various tools and best practices used by skilled mediators and advocates to promote and create that alternate route to more speedy and efficient resolution of disputes.
– Mark R. Becker; Fabyanske, Westra, Hart & Thomson, P.A.
– Dean B. Thomson; Fabyanske, Westra, Hart & Thomson, P.A.


Wednesday, June 17, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
includes one 15-minute break
Drafting Wills and Trust Agreements: Drafting for Retired Couples with Adult Children and Grandchildren
This presentation will focus on clients who are retired with adult children and some grandchildren. They are taking required minimum distributions from their retirement assets and living off of their investments. They are beginning to focus on planning for their own incapacity. Some of their children and grandchildren have struggled with chemical dependency or mental health issues. Topics include:

  • Marital Deduction Formulas 
  • Family Trust or Disclaimer Trust 
  • QTIPs vs. Outright Marital Gifts 
  • Powers of Appointment 
  • Trustee Selection 
  • Dealing with Addiction and Other Issues with Children 
  • How to Balance Estates/Fund Trusts 
  • Independent Trustees vs. Beneficiary Trustees 
  • Tax Apportionment 
  • Handling Vacation Properties

Seminar materials will consist of the difficult, confusing clauses from each of the forms to be discussed, as well as practice points related to the type of client that is covered in the seminar. The forms themselves are not included.

– Laura E. Halferty; Stinson LLP
– Jennifer A. Lammers; Best & Flanagan LLP
– Robert E. Lynn; Bartley & Lynn LLP
– Michael P. Sampson; Maslon LLP


Wednesday, June 17, 2020
1:00 – 4:15 p.m.
includes one 15-minute break
Drafting Wills and Trust Agreements: Drafting for Unmarried Individuals or Couples
This presentation will focus on clients who are unmarried for one reason or another. They might be young or older, working or retired, wealthy or less so. They might or might not have children. They might want to provide for other family members, including parents, siblings, or nieces and nephews. They might be committed to charitable causes. What they have in common is that their options are open and standardized forms often do not work for their situations. Topics include:

  • Drafting Customized Provisions 
  • Gifts to Charities 
  • Education Trusts 
  • Trusts for Nieces and Nephews 
  • Dealing with Lapses 
  • Trustee Selection 
  • Tax Apportionment 
  • Editing/Removing Paragraphs 
  • Whether to Use a Revocable Trust or a Will

Seminar materials will consist of the difficult, confusing clauses from each of the forms to be discussed, as well as practice points related to the type of client that is covered in the seminar. The forms themselves are not included.

– J. Steve Nys; Fryberger, Buchanon, Smith & Frederick, P.A.
– Jennifer S. Santini; Sykora & Santini PLLC
– Jayne E. Sykora; Sykora & Santini PLLC
– Ruthanne Hedstrom Vos; Mathison & Vos PLLC


Thursday, June 18, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Residential Real Estate: What to Do After the Purchase Agreement Is Signed and Before the Closing
The attorney is part facilitator, part educator, and part task master. The buyer needs your help reviewing disclosure statements and inspection reports, meeting contingency deadlines, and choosing the mortgage broker and title insurance company. The seller may have her own obligations and deadlines to meet. In this webcast, you will learn how you can make sure this all happens.
– John H. Brennan; Brennan Law Office


Thursday, June 18, 2020
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Appellate Practice: A Discussion with Two New Appellate Judges
Join Erica Holzer and Katie Barrett Wiik for another installment of the popular Appellate Practice Webcast Series as they engage in an informal discussion with two new court of appeals judges. The judges will describe their careers before becoming judges, share their experiences as trial judges, and reflect on their first few months on the court of appeals.
– Erica Holzer; Maslon LLP
– Katherine S. Barrett Wiik; Best & Flanagan LLP
– Judge Jeffrey M. Bryan; Minnesota Court of Appeals 
– Judge Jennifer L. Frisch; Minnesota Court of Appeals


Friday, June 19, 2020
8:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
includes one 15-minute break
Rock ‘n’ Roll Law: Music Copyright Through the Rolling Stones – Part I: Music Copyright Basics
This is the first of two webcasts being presented by Jim Jesse of Rock ’n’ Roll Law where he provides an overview of music copyright law by using The Rolling Stones’ career as a conceptual framework. Jim will provide an overview of this broad area of law and will drill down when necessary to discuss pertinent topics. In this webcast, Jim will cover the basics of music copyright law. You will learn:

  • What a band should discuss before they get started and why they should have an operating agreement
  • What record labels do
  • What is a copyright?
  • How to establish and register a copyright for music
  • All the copyrights artists need to be aware of, especially the two copyrights in every song
  • What a producer and manager does
  • What is music publishing?
  • What is music licensing?
  • What are works-made-for-hire?

– Jim Jesse; Rock ‘n’ Roll Law


Friday, June 19, 2020
1:00 – 4:45 p.m.
includes one 15-minute break
Rock ‘n’ Roll Law: Music Copyright Through the Rolling Stones – Part II: Music Copyright Exclusive Rights and Revenue Streams
This is the second of two webcasts being presented by Jim Jesse of Rock ’n’ Roll Law where he provides an overview of music copyright law by using The Rolling Stones’ career as a conceptual framework. In this webcast, Jim will explore in-depth the exclusive rights you acquire when you have a copyright and what those basic rights mean under federal law. Learn how the music industry has changed over the years and how that affects the law, including all the revenue sources for music. All the while, listen to music and audio clips to elaborate on the law and follow the discography of The Stones as a case study. The focus will be on copyright infringement cases while listening to the songs in question. You will learn the basic rules regarding proving a copyright infringement case, along with defenses, and damages in a copyright action. Finally, Jim will switch the focus from The Rolling Stones to The Beatles in order to demonstrate the unique ethics issues faced when representing an organization, specifically when representing a band or artist. Specific emphasis will be placed on the ABA’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct (MRPC) 1.7 (Conflict of interest – current client); 1.13 (Organization as a client); 1.14 (Client with Diminished Capacity); and 2.1 (Role as Advocate).
– Jim Jesse; Rock ‘n’ Roll Law


Wednesday, June 24, 2020
9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Retirement: Planning It, Living It
Your successful career is almost over. Do you know when to retire? Do you have a vision of what you want your retirement to look like? Learn how to transition out of the legal profession with the same confidence and optimism you had when you first entered it years ago.
– Roy S. Ginsburg; Attorney, Coach and Consultant


Wednesday, June 24, 2020
10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Buying and Selling a Law Practice
Are you a soon-to-be retired solo practitioner or small firm owner? You may be able to strategically sell your practice to enhance your retirement portfolio. It is critical that you know what your practice is worth, who your optimal buyers are and how to find them, as well as how to structure a fair and balanced deal. And, if you’re a buyer, what are the types of practices you should consider and at what price?
– Roy S. Ginsburg; Attorney, Coach and Consultant


Wednesday, June 24, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Keys to Optimally Using Your Emotional Intelligence
It is a well-known fact that emotional intelligence (EQ) is critical to your success. EQ is the very key to understanding yourself, managing your emotions, having social awareness, and managing relationships. EQ is essential to running your law office, to evaluating a witness, to handling a client, or for sizing up a jury. A high EQ helps you predict, manage, and adapt to many different situations, especially the challenging ones. But what are the keys to actually strengthening your emotional intelligence? What hurdles can get in the way? You may wonder how to best deal with someone who demonstrates a low EQ. This presentation draws mainly from Gestalt psychology and from Daniel Goleman’s insights into EQ to address these questions and to provide you with specific insights and techniques that you can immediately apply on the job and beyond.
– Carolien Moors; HardTalk Biz Coaching


Wednesday, June 24, 2020
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Thursday, June 18, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Residential Real Estate: Once More unto the Breach (of Purchase Agreement)
The bane of the real estate lawyer’s existence is the panicked day-before-closing call from the client informing you that the other party just announced that they are not going to close. This session will enable you to answer your client’s questions quickly and competently. It features an outline of the remedies available to buyers and sellers when the other party refuses to close and provides a step-by-step approach to gathering the information you need to guide your client to the best result.
– Stanford P. Hill; Bassford Remele


Friday, June 26, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
includes one 15-minute break
Retain Your Clients: A Roadmap to Effective, Ethical Client Service
Many lawyers forget that law is a service profession. Studies show that the most frequent reason for losing clients is poor service. And retaining clients in a volatile economy is crucial to your practice. So how do you make sure you’re providing the best service? This seminar will provide you with the tools you’ll need to consistently deliver exceptional service, retain and develop more business from current clients, and increase referrals. You’ll also earn ethics credit while you learn to:

  • Apply best practices that will exceed client expectations
  • Eliminate the most common causes of client dissatisfaction
  • Deal effectively with all types of client complaints
  • Handle angry clients
  • And much more

Classic movie scenes illustrate and underscore the program’s principles to help you gain a competitive edgethrough excellent service.

Satisfy your clients and your ethics requirement.

The course will cover:

  • Are you sure your clients are satisfied? How do you tell?
  • How do clients evaluate you? What can you control?
  • Service-related ethics rules overview
    • Rule 1.2 Scope of Representation
    • Rule 1.3 Diligence
    • Rule 1.4 Communication
    • Rule 1.5 Fees
  • Addressing client complaints
    • “Why did this happen?” (Rules 1.2-1.4)
    • “This is taking forever!” (Rules 1.3-1.4)
    • “Why did this cost so much?” (Rule 1.5)
    • “I don’t like being treated this way.” (Rules 1.3-1.4)
  • What you can learn from the movies — Lawyer/client relationships
  • Where’s the best place to find new business?  — Your current clients.
  • How to handle an angry client

– Roy S. Ginsburg; Attorney, Coach and Consultant


Tuesday, June 30, 2020
9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Chronic Stress, Trauma, Mental Health and Addictions
Lawyers face stress daily and are subject to particular circumstances which can lead to higher levels of stress than for most other members of the population. There is a clearly recognized continuum where unresolved chronic stress becomes a predictor for addiction and mental illness, particularly depression, which are also more prevalent among lawyers. By understanding this continuum and the facts about addiction and mental illness, lawyers can reduce their risk and, hopefully, get help earlier when there is a mental health or addiction/dependency problem. Signs, symptoms, risk factors and recovery regarding these problems will be presented. Personal examples, profession-wide strategies for reducing risk, and information on Minnesota’s lawyer assistance program will also be provided.
– Joan Bibelhausen; Executive Director, Minnesota Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers
– Bob Schuneman; Outreach Coordinator, Minnesota Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers


Tuesday, June 30, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Ethics: Have I Got a Deal for You! Hourly vs. Flat Fee Retainers
Bloggers, pundits, and trend-watchers all herald flat fees as the future of selling legal services. But what's so bad about hourly fees? This presentation will compare the two types of fee agreements and discuss the ethics and best practices for collecting both types of fees.
– Eric T. Cooperstein; Law Office of Eric T. Cooperstein PLLC


Tuesday, June 30, 2020
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Ethics: When Worlds Collide – Innovative Ideas for Generating Clients vs. Outdated Ethics Rules
When law-practice innovation meets the ethics rules, innovation often loses. This seminar will review the restrictions placed on lawyers by Rules 5.4 and 7.2 and how lawyers may ethically grow their businesses and compensate non-lawyer employees and contractors.
– Eric T. Cooperstein; Law Office of Eric T. Cooperstein PLLC


Tuesday, June 30, 2020
3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Ethics: Conflicts of the Titans – Dissecting State of Minnesota v. 3M
This case has it all – current client conflicts, hot and cold potatoes, substantial relationships, choice of counsel, and more! Ethics attorney Eric Cooperstein will lay out the issues, analyze the Minnesota Supreme Court’s decision, and discuss the practical implications.
– Eric T. Cooperstein; Law Office of Eric T. Cooperstein PLLC

$495

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Scholarships available!
Need-based scholarships are available for in-person and online seminars. For further information or to obtain a scholarship application, contact us at 800-759-8840 or customerservice@minncle.org.

This package provides 43.0 total CLE credits. Credits should be reported individually for each webcast attended, not the package as a whole.

Minnesota CLE has applied to the Minnesota State Board of CLE for the standard, ethics, and elimination of bias CLE credits as listed below. Application has been made to the Minnesota State Bar Association for any "specialist" credits and to the Supreme Court ADR Program for any continuing education in ADR credits.

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Residential Real Estate: Special Issues When Buying/Selling Townhomes and Condos
1.0 standard CLE credit
1.0 basic real property law specialist credit

Minority Shareholder Litigation: Direct vs. Derivative Claims and Special Litigation Committees
1.0 standard CLE credit
1.0 civil trial specialist credit

Residential Real Estate: Disclosure Requirements and Home Inspections
1.0 standard CLE credit
1.0 basic real property law specialist credit

Medical Malpractice: The Anatomy of a Case
1.0 standard CLE credit
1.0 civil trial specialist credit

Stu Teicher: Tricky Twitter Traps and Other Tech Torture
1.0 ethics credit

Stu Teicher: The Cyborgs are Coming! The Cyborgs are Coming!
1.0 ethics credit

Stu Teicher: What My Facebook Posts Teach about Attorney Ethics
1.0 ethics credit

Stu Teicher: Bias Has Been Eliminated…Hypothetically Speaking
1.0 elimination of bias credit

Drafting Wills and Trust Agreements: Drafting for Married Couples with Young Children
3.0 standard CLE credits

Drafting Wills and Trust Agreements: Drafting for Married Couples with Older Children
3.0 standard CLE credits

Advising Fiduciaries: Think Before You Take That Note
1.0 standard CLE credit

Riding the Wave: Early Dispute Resolution Fundamentals
1.0 standard CLE credit
1.0 ADR credit

Drafting Wills and Trust Agreements: Drafting for Retired Couples with Adult Children and Grandchildren
3.0 standard CLE credits

Drafting Wills and Trust Agreements: Drafting for Unmarried Individuals or Couples
3.0 standard CLE credits

Residential Real Estate: What to Do After the Purchase Agreement Is Signed and Before the Closing
1.0 standard CLE credit
1.0 basic real property law specialist credit

Appellate Practice: A Discussion with Two New Appellate Judges
1.0 standard CLE credit
1.0 civil trial specialist credit

Rock ‘n’ Roll Law: Music Copyright Through the Rolling Stones – Part I: Music Copyright Basics
3.5 standard CLE credits

Rock ‘n’ Roll Law: Music Copyright Through the Rolling Stones – Part II: Music Copyright Exclusive Rights and Revenue Streams
3.5 standard CLE credits, including 1.0 ethics credit

Retirement: Planning It, Living It
1.0 standard CLE credit

Buying and Selling a Law Practice
1.0 standard CLE credit

Keys to Optimally Using Your Emotional Intelligence
1.0 standard CLE credit

Residential Real Estate: Once More unto the Breach (of Purchase Agreement)
1.0 standard CLE credit
1.0 basic real property law specialist credit

Retain Your Clients: A Roadmap to Effective, Ethical Client Service
3.0 ethics credits

Chronic Stress, Trauma, Mental Health and Addictions
2.0 elimination of bias credits

Ethics: Have I Got a Deal for You! Hourly vs. Flat Fee Retainers
1.0 ethics credit

Ethics: When Worlds Collide – Innovative Ideas for Generating Clients vs. Outdated Ethics Rules
1.0 ethics credit

Ethics: Conflicts of the Titans – Dissecting State of Minnesota v. 3M
1.0 ethics credit

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