Events

Upcoming Events
03.31.17
"Current Status of Bank Mergers and Acquisitions"
03.31.17
"Banking Law Case Update"
Past Events
02.24.17
"Ethics, Tips & Tricks When Working with Pro Se Litigants"
South Dakota State Bar, Young Lawyer's Section
02.01.17
"Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule Analysis and Update"
NAIFA Roadshow
01.30.17
CFPB Developments Other than The Final Rule on Prepaid Card Accounts Including Arbitration, Small Dollar Lending, and Enforcement Actions
Presenter, ACI National Forum on Prepaid Card Compliance, Washington, DC.
01.26.17
"Roundtable Discussions on the Supreme Court"
Moderator, Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference, American Bankruptcy Institute
01.26.17
"Alternatives to Bankruptcy: Receiverships, ABCs, Self-Managed Liquidations"
Presenter, Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference, American Bankruptcy Institute
01.18.17
"Debtor/Creditor | Receiverships: Representing Receivers, Creditors, and Parties-In-Interest"
Co-Presenter, Hennepin County Bar Association
11.17.16
"Raising Small Business Capital Through a Securities Offering” at The Bakery in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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