Transactional-based research and document drafting (Intermediate) - CLE Credit Requested

  • 06 Oct 2015
  • 6:30 PM - 8:40 PM
  • William Mitchell College of Law, 875 Summit Avenue, Room 223, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105


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While far less dramatized than litigation, transactional work is the basis of much of law practice. Some common examples of transactional law include common tasks such as contract drafting, client counseling and regulatory compliance. Many areas of law primarily involve transactional work including employment law, real estate law, zoning law, and business law. 

Presented by Charles Wilson - Lindquist & Vennum

Charles Wilson is a research librarian at Lindquist & Vennum and a former principal at Gray Plant Mooty where he specialized in real estate law prior to founding his own firm where he represented developers, landlords, owners and contractors.

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