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|MN||Authorized to practice||1999||06/04/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Rising Star||Minnesota Law & Politics Magazine||2007|
|Rising Star||Minnesota Law & Politics Magazine||2006|
|Rising Star||Minnesota Law & Politics Magazine||2005|
|Up-and-Coming Attorney||Minnesota Lawyer||2004|
|Rising Star||Minnesota Law & Politics Magazine||2004|
|Rising Star||Minnesota Law & Politics Magazine||2002|
|Legal Medicine Perspectives||Toxic Mold Litigation: Black Mold has Some Seeing Green||2006|
|Southern Illinois University Law Journal||Survey of Illinois Law - Elder Law||1999|
|The Health Lawyer||Decisions of the Supreme Court and DHHS Continue to Expand Hospital Liability Under EMTALA||1999|
|The Health Lawyer||Abolition of Treble Damages: Substantive or Procedural Changes in Illinois Nursing Home Care Act||1998|
|Legal Medical Quarterly||Is Utilization Review the Practice of Medicine? Implications for Managed Care Administrators||1998|
|The Health Lawyer||Is the Glass Half Empty or Half Full? Resolving the Split of Authority on the Statute of Limitation for Medical Malpractice Actions Against Municipal Entities||1998|
|Southern Illinois University School of Law||N/A||N/A||1999|
|Anatomy of a 2007 Residential Construction Defect Case Seminar||Sources of Recovery||2007|
|Residential Construction Defect Claims Seminar||The Implications of Contractor Dissolution After Camacho||2006|
|Minnesota State Bar Association, Construction Law Section||Economic Loss Doctrine||2006|
|Legal Issues for Minnesota Design Professionals Seminar||Appearing as a Witness in a Civil Case: The Basics for Architects and Engineers||2006|
|CPCU Society Symposium||Common Issues in Construction Defect/Water Intrusion Claims||2006|
|Minnesota State Bar Association||Negotiating and Drafting the Settlement Agreement||2005|
|Minnesota State Bar Association||Construction Defect Claims - The Plaintiffs Perspective||2005|
|Minnesota State Bar Association||General Overview of Mold Litigation and the Future of Mold Claims||2005|
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