Presentations

  • "Traditional Ways Revisited - lessons learned from the past?" Vienna Arbitration Days 2018, Vienna, Austria, 2018
  • “Ethics Panel,” CILS International Mediation Symposium, Salzburg, Austria, 2017
  • “Strange Bedfellows: Achieving Dispute Resolution Success with Hybrid Techniques and Neutral Experts,” ABA Section of Dispute Resolution 19th Annual Spring Conference, San Francisco, CA, 2017
  • “Cybersecurity Panel,” Panel presentation for the Hon. Jimmy V. Reyna IP Inn of Court, Minneapolis, MN, 2017
  • “Eat the Frog First – Use Damages Effectively,” Minnesota CLE, Minneapolis, MN, 2017
  • “What US Dispute Resolution Specialists Can Learn From International Arbitration,” MSBA Section of ADR, Minneapolis, MN, 2017
  • “Whether Damages-Focused Hearings Can Be Used Relatively Early in the Case to Focus the Litigation,” The Sedona Conference WG9 and WG10 Joint Annual Meeting, Houston, TX, 2017
  • “Not All Things That Count Can Be Counted,” AIPLA 2016 Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 2016
  • “Eat the Frog First,” Expert Witness Institute, London, England, 2016
  • “When a Bank Book Makes Good Reading – Financial Issues in Civil Litigation,” MDJA-MDJF Annual Meeting & MDJF Fall Educational Conference, Brainerd, MN, 2016
  • “Ethics Panel,” CILS International Arbitration Symposium, Salzburg, Austria, 2016
  • “Use of Damage Experts,” and Panel Discussion, University of Minnesota Law School Patent Symposium, Minneapolis, MN, 2016
  • “Eat the Frog First:  Using Damages As An Effective Tool,” ABA Dispute Resolution Conference, New York, NY, 2016
  • Business Law Series:  “Eight Ways to Make the Most of Arbitration,” Minnesota CLE, Minneapolis, MN, 2016
  • “Patent Mediation – a continuing process to define and simplify the issues for helping resolve the dispute,” The Sedona Conference, WG9 and WG10 Joint Mid-year Meeting, Pasadena, CA, 2016
  • “Peeves, Process and Presentation of Damages,” Patent Damages Roundtable, Panel Moderator, University of Texas School of Law, Austin, TX, 2015
  • “Eat the Frog First:  Address Damages Early,” WIDR Committee of the ABA, 2015
  • “Financial Issues in the Courtroom – Damages, Valuations, Financial Statements and More – Traps and Tips for Judges,” Managing the Challenging Civil Case, MJB Judicial Education, the Minnesota District Judges Foundation and Hamline University School of Law, St. Paul, MN, 2015
  • “Ten Ways Corporate Counsel Can Make the Most of Arbitration,” Minneapolis, MN, 2015
  • “International Panel,” Expert Witness Institute Annual Conference, London, England, 2014
  • “Improving the Process – Track B and Beyond,” Patent Damages Roundtable, University of Texas School of Law, Austin, TX, 2014
  • “Damages in International Arbitration,” Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, Vienna, Austria, 2014
  • “Refocusing the Damages Analysis in Patent Suits: New Techniques & ADR Options for Litigants & Damages Experts,” American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property 29th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference, Arlington, VA, 2014
  • “Patent Litigation – One Size Does Not Fit All,” American Bar Association Intellectual Property Committee, Dispute Resolution Section, Forum Call, 2014
  • “Patent Damages. . .or Not,” Minnesota Intellectual Property Law Association, Minneapolis, MN, 2013
  • “IP Damages Update,” Licensing Executives Society Twin Cities Chapter, Minneapolis, MN, 2011
  • “IP Damages Institute,” CalCPA Education Foundation, Los Angeles, CA, 2010
  • “Ethics: Will You Know It When You See It?” AICPA National Forensic Accounting Conference, Boston, MA, 2010
  • “Expert Depositions,” Minnesota CLE, Minneapolis, MN, 2007, 2009 and 2010
  • “Intellectual Property Damages,” AICPA National Conference of Fraud and Litigation Services, San Diego, CA, 2007