Owner-Managed Businesses

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Lindquist & Vennum’s Owner-Managed Businesses practice responds to the unique needs of owners of middle market and lower middle market businesses. Our service offerings are built on the proposition that the right attorneys can provide value and form an integral part of every owner’s never-ending efforts to build his or her business.

Attorneys at Lindquist help build the needed infrastructure for solid business growth, including the processes, relationships and other key components of establishing value. We also assist owners in managing risk as their businesses grow and become more complex.

Perhaps most importantly, our Owner-Managed Businesses practice is firmly grounded in the development of long-term relationships. We invest in developing a thorough understanding of both the business owners we represent and the unique characteristics of their businesses. Doing so allows us to effectively prioritize our clients’ legal challenges and opportunities, recognizing that there are many other calls on their company resources.

Regardless of the business’s issues or challenges, Lindquist is uniquely poised to find practical and effective solutions. We integrate attorneys from multiple practice areas into the Owner-Managed Businesses practice in order to deliver maximum legal firepower for each client.

Ultimately, what we strive to accomplish for every business owner is to position them for successful transfer of their business at the value – and on the timing – that meets their needs.

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