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April Hamlin Recognized by Finance & Commerce as a 2017 Top Women in Finance Honoree

08.29.17

Lindquist & Vennum is pleased to announce that partner April Hamlin has been named a 2017 “Top Women in Finance” honoree by Finance & Commerce. The award recognizes women in the Twin Cities financial community who are making noteworthy contributions to their professions, their communities and society at large‚Äč. April will be honored at an awards ceremony on November 16, 2017.

April represents clients in a wide variety of complex matters – including equity and debt financings, and public company M&A and reporting. In the past 12 months alone, she helped raise nearly $550 million of capital for her clients and was instrumental in advising Lindquist client Winnebago Industries, Inc. in its $500 million acquisition of RV manufacturer Grand Design.

April is equally lauded for her commitment to community service. She is one of Lindquist’s leading pro bono attorneys, serving as a mediator for Hennepin County Conciliation Court appeals and a frequent participant in clinics for LegalCORPS – a non-profit organization focused on providing free advice and assistance to low-income owners of small businesses.   

About Lindquist & Vennum LLP

Lindquist & Vennum is a Minneapolis-based law firm with more than 150 attorneys practicing in Minnesota, Colorado and South Dakota. For nearly 50 years, we have provided a full array of legal services for clients across the nation and around the world. Our attorneys advise companies in numerous industries and practice areas – including corporate finance, litigation, private equity, financial services, real estate, health care, manufacturing, bankruptcy, labor & employment, employee benefits and ESOPs. We also represent families and individuals in a wide variety of complex estate planning and family law matters. Visit www.lindquist.com for more information.

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