From Contract to Courtroom: Lessons Learned in Contract Litigation and Trials

September 30, 2020

Remote
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Patrick M. Arenz

Partner

Chair, Recruiting/Hiring Committee

Robins Kaplan LLP is pleased to offer a complimentary CLE presentation, “From Contract to Courtroom: Lessons Learned in Contract Litigation and Trials.”

What can we learn from past contracts, good and bad, and how they played out in the courtroom? In this presentation, seasoned-in-house counsel, trial attorneys, and a jury consultant will examine lessons learned in litigation history related to various contract disputes and principles. By examining several public cases through the lens of in-house counsel, outside counsel, and the jury, we will identify how problems in IP, licensing, royalty, and acquisition agreements play out in litigation, arbitration, and—ultimately—trial, as well as over-arching contracting principles for better negotiation and drafting of agreements in today’s unique business environment and beyond.

Moderator:

Patrick M. Arenz
Partner;
Chair, Recruiting/Hiring Committee
Robins Kaplan LLP

Panelists:

Adam Boesen
Partner
Boesen Litigation Consulting

Shane Bohnen
Associate General Counsel
Bio-Techne

Emily E. Niles
Associate
Robins Kaplan LLP

CLE Accreditation

Robins Kaplan LLP will seek approval with Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Boards for 1.0 hour of standard credit in California, Minnesota, and New York.

Questions? Please contact Christine Berndt at CBerndt@RobinsKaplan.com or 612.349.8404.

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