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Shane Solinger Elected to Board of Directors of LegalCORPS

August 25, 2020

Shane Solinger, an attorney in Maslon's Corporate & Securities Group, has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors for LegalCORPS, a Minnesota nonprofit organization that aims to expand access to the legal system by providing free legal assistance in transactional matters to low-income entrepreneurs and innovators and small nonprofits in Minnesota. Prior to his appointment, Shane has been an active pro bono volunteer and proudly follows the leadership of Partner Marty Rosenbaum, who served as President of LegalCORPS from 2015 – 2017.

Shane counsels clients on corporate matters, including mergers and assets acquisitions, contract issues, and corporate governance. With experience spanning a broad range of industries, he has particular depth advising closely held corporations to help them meet their goals throughout all stages of the business cycle—from corporate formation to the sale of the business. Shane is highly skilled at simplifying the complex for his clients—always with the goal of creating a clear actionable path to a meaningful solution.

To learn more, go to: LegalCORPS.


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