Corporate Associate - Minneapolis

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Location: Minneapolis office

Description

Lindquist & Vennum LLP is seeking a corporate attorney for its Minneapolis office. The ideal candidate will have 3 to 5 years of transactional and M&A, securities and general corporate experience in the following areas:

  • Entity formation, including negotiating and drafting equity owner agreements
  • Supporting buyers, sellers and investors in sophisticated joint venture or M&A transactions through structuring, due diligence, negotiating, drafting, transaction closing, and general client counseling
  • Securities offering documents, purchase agreements and advising on private placements and other private securities transactions. Knowledge of public company governance and SEC reporting is a plus.

The successful candidate will have excellent academic credentials, strong analytical and problem solving skills, solid drafting experience, and superior communication skills, as well as outstanding interpersonal skills and the desire to work as part of a dynamic team.

Interested applications may apply by email with a cover letter, resume and law school transcript addressed to:

Jenny Naegele
Recruiting Coordinator
Lindquist & Vennum LLP
recruiter@lindquist.com

 

Lindquist & Vennum is an EEO/AA Employer. 

 

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