Mark D. Salsbury

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Mark D. Salsbury
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2000 IDS Center
80 South 8th Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
T 612.371.3959
F 612.371.3207
Melissa A. Dubuque
T 612.371.6237
  • Minnesota
  • Texas
  • Georgia

Mark Salsbury’s overall goal is to help clients increase the ROI of their deals. He does this through smart tax planning, practical deal design and tenacious advocacy for his client’s deal terms with a practice focused on M&A transactions, financings, entity formations and investment funds.

Mark represents private equity funds, closely-held businesses and public companies. Over the past three years, he has advised on over 50 M&A transactions across a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, services, food products, consumer goods, technology and healthcare.

Prior to joining the firm, Mark served as international tax counsel for a Fortune 500 company. He currently represents U.S. companies doing business abroad as well as foreign companies doing business in the U.S.

Awards & Recognition
  • Minnesota Super Lawyers, Rising Star (2008)
Experience
  • Represented a private equity fund in a sale of a leading sport protection company.
  • Represented a snack food company in a sale to a private equity fund.
  • Represented a private equity fund in a sale of a environmental consulting firm.
  • Represented a private equity fund in a sale of a supplier of safety, surface preparation, and environmental products.
  • Represented a private equity fund in a sale of a manufacturer and distributor of strip doors, air doors, and related products.
  • Represented a private equity fund in an acquisition of a business service provider.
  • Represented a private equity fund in a sale of a manufacturer of amphibious all-terrain utility vehicles.
  • Represented a non-U.S. company in an acquisition of a U.S. company using tax-advantaged financing.
  • Represented a medical device company in connection with a spin off and subsequent sale to a NASDAQ-listed company.
  • Represented an NYSE-listed equipment manufacturer in an acquisition of a public company following a spin-off of an unrelated business.
  • Represented a leading industrial/commercial water treatment company in a sale to a private equity fund.
  • Represented a closely-held food products manufacturer and seller in connection with an investment by a venture capital fund. 
  • Advised on the tax aspects of a sale of a multinational consumer electronics business in a transaction governed by Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code.
  • Represented an Italian private equity fund in acquisitions of U.S.-based audio equipment companies.
  • Represented sponsors in structuring and forming private equity and real estate investment funds.
  • Advised on complex work out and debt restructurings of several manufacturing and distribution businesses.
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  • Minnesota
  • Texas
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Memberships

  • American Bar Association, Tax Section, Member
  • International Fiscal Association, U.S.A. Branch, Member
2000 IDS Center
80 South 8th Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
T 612.371.3959
F 612.371.3207
Melissa A. Dubuque
T 612.371.6237
  • University of Florida College of Law

    (LL.M., 1995)

  • Hamline University School of Law (now Mitchell Hamline School of Law)

    (J.D., 1994)

  • Princeton University

    (A.B., 1991)

  • Minnesota
  • Texas
  • Georgia

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