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Lindquist & Vennum and Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly Begin Discussions of Potential Merger

07.30.14

Minneapolis-based law firms Lindquist & Vennum and Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly have begun preliminary discussions regarding a possible merger. Both firms—which share similar commitments to client service and legal excellence—believe a merger could serve their clients’ interests by concentrating areas of expertise and expanding the breadth and depth of service offerings. The firms will continue discussions over the next few months.

About Lindquist & Vennum LLP
Lindquist & Vennum’s 175 attorneys provide a full array of corporate finance, transactional, and litigation services for clients from offices in Minnesota, Colorado, and South Dakota. The firm has historically strong and emerging practices in specific industry and specialty areas, including private equity, financial institutions, real estate, healthcare and life sciences, renewable energy, and bankruptcy. For nearly five decades, the firm has served corporate, governmental, and individual clients across the nation and around the world.

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