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Marty Rosenbaum to Participate in Panel Discussion for LSAC Community Development Legal Forum

June 29, 2016

Marty Rosenbaum, partner and co-chair of Maslon's Business & Securities Group, will serve as a panelist at a Community Development Legal Forum sponsored by the Minnesota Supreme Court Legal Services Advisory Committee (LSAC) on June 29, 2016. During the session titled, "Roles of Lawyers in Community Economic Development: Direct Representation," Marty will serve on a panel that will outline the types of services the panelists provide and the impact legal assistance can bring to community economic development work. Marty's remarks will relate to his current role as President of LegalCORPS, a Minnesota non-profit organization providing pro bono business law services to low-income entrepreneurs and small non-profits. Marty is also a longtime volunteer for LegalCORPS, offering pro bono business law representation as well as counseling clients at LegalCORPS legal advice clinics.

Marty has more than 30 years' experience advising public and privately held companies on securities and corporate matters. His practice is concentrated in securities and corporate finance, including public offerings, private placements, venture capital financings, and mergers and acquisitions involving public and private companies. Marty regularly advises public companies of all sizes regarding preparation of public reports and proxy statements, public disclosures, insider trading, securities regulatory compliance, corporate governance matters, executive compensation, and stock plan issues. He provides business legal services to privately held corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies in all stages, from organization through their initial public offering or sale. He was recognized as a 2015 North Star Lawyer by the Minnesota State Bar Association for his pro bono service.

For more information or to register, go to: LSAC Community Development Legal Forum.


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