Marty Rosenbaum, Co-Chair of Maslon's Corporate & Securities Group, was featured in the November 11, 2019, Star Tribune article titled "LegalCORPS honors Marty Rosenbaum." The article highlights Marty’s significant contributions over the years to LegalCORPS—including a decade of board service—which supported his recognition as the 2019 LegalCORPS Volunteer of the Year. Marty served as president of LegalCORPS from 2015-2017, and is currently an emeritus board member and is active on several committees. He continues to regularly volunteer for LegalCORPS clinics and provides pro bono business law representation to low income entrepreneurs and small nonprofits. The award is given to members who have a long history of dedicated volunteer service with LegalCORPS.
“…I was looking for opportunities to get Maslon’s transactional attorneys more involved in pro bono,” Rosenbaum shared regarding his initial engagement. “LegalCORPS…allows business lawyers to use our special skills and expertise. As I have served LegalCORPS clients and interacted with our partner agencies, I have seen the value of providing access to business law advice that can strengthen our underserved communities in Minnesota.”
To read the full article, go to: LegalCORPS Honors Marty Rosenbaum.
Marty has more than 35 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. From 2007-2019, he has been named a "Notable Practitioner" in Corporate/M&A by Chambers USA.
LegalCORPS provides free assistance in non-litigation business law matters to low-income owners of small businesses, small nonprofit organizations and low-income innovators in Minnesota—through the services of volunteer attorneys. As a non-profit organization, its mission is to expand access to the legal system—in the area of business law—to many who otherwise would be left out.