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Avoiding Arbitrator Complaints to the No-Fault Standing Committee

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$40 for Guest Group
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$35 for Members
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60 minutes
Date Published

December 12, 2018

Publisher

Minnesota Association for Justice

Subjects

Ethics, Free for Member Benefits/CLE Passport/Subscription, No-Fault, No-Fault Arbitration

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Summary

Duration: 60 Minutes

Moderator:
Jody L. Martineau

Panelists:
John J. Gores, Darrold E. Persson & Markus C. Yira

Avoiding Arbitrator Complaints to the No-Fault Standing Committee: A Panel Discussion of Hypothetical Complaints, Applicable Rules and Standards of Conduct.

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Presenters

John Gores

John Gores received his B.A. summa sum laude from the University of Minnesota in 1989 and his J.D. cum laude from the... Read More

Markus Yira

Markus C. Yira is a Hutchinson, Minnesota attorney specializing in the areas of personal injury and wrongful death... Read More

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Avoiding Arbitrator Complaints to the No-Fault Standing Committee
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