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Maslon Sponsors 8th Annual Minnesota Cup Competition; Shawn McIntee to Serve on Grand Prize Review Board

March 30, 2012

Maslon Edelman Borman & Brand, LLP is pleased to continue sponsorship of and participation with the Minnesota Cup competition, now in its 8th year and the largest statewide new venture competition in the country. Maslon will sponsor the final awards event at the McNamara Alumni Center at the University of Minnesota. In addition, Maslon attorney Shawn McIntee, partner in Maslon's Business & Securities Group, will serve on the grand prize review board. The review board is made up of a diverse group of business leaders, each with extensive experience in working with leading early stage growth companies and providing feedback, mentorship, and resources that have led to success.

The Minnesota Cup is an annual statewide competition for Minnesota entrepreneurs to showcase their innovative business ideas and gain the support needed to see them to reality. Contestants across six divisions will compete for more than $200,000 in seed capital and free professional services from select Minnesota Cup sponsors. Participants also gain exposure for their ideas, strengthen their business plans, and expand connections in the business community.

Shawn McIntee concentrates his practice in the areas of advising public and private businesses, mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial law (including contracts and electronic commerce), and software and emerging companies. He has represented manufacturers, technology companies, service companies, software companies, law firms, and financial services clients. Shawn approaches each transaction from a business perspective, taking into account the specific goals of his client.

For more information about the competition, go to Minnesota Cup.


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