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Fall 2016
"Decanting: A Practical Roadmap for Modernizing Trusts in South Dakota" 
South Dakota Law Review, Volume 61, Issue 3
Fall 2016
"The Series LLC: Further Limiting Liability Within the LLC or Creating Liability in the Business Organization Arena? Only Time Will Tell"
South Dakota Law Review, Volume 61, Issue 3
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03.31.17
"Current Status of Bank Mergers and Acquisitions"
03.31.17
"Banking Law Case Update"
02.24.17
"Ethics, Tips & Tricks When Working with Pro Se Litigants"
South Dakota State Bar, Young Lawyer's Section
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