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Terri Krivosha to Co-Present Webinar on Business Divorces for American Law Institute CLE

November 17, 2021

Terri Krivosha, a partner in Maslon's Corporate & Securities Group, will co-present a 60-minute live webcast Nov. 17 for the American Law Institute. In the session, titled “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Navigating Business Separations Without Destroying the Business," Terri and her co-presenter will use a relatable hypothetical scenario to discuss the legal issues that often crop up during business separations. Attendees will learn about common types of archetypal disputes that arise in these matters and how to resolve them short of full-blown litigation.

For more information or to register, go to: "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Navigating Business Separations Without Destroying the Business."

Terri is passionate about helping businesses grow, succeed, and scale. As a strategic business attorney, she helps a vibrant network of entrepreneurial and dynamic businesses see the "forest through the trees." She works directly with the business people who lead organizations, providing general counsel advice that is not only prompt and pragmatic, but also customized to fit the stage of the client's business. She is exceptionally skilled at negotiating and drafting multiple kinds of contracts, strategic partnerships, and joint ventures; developing and implementing exit strategies; advising on selling or buying companies and raising capital to recapitalize businesses; and coaching clients on complex governance matters. In a testament to her distinguished career and profound impact in the community, Terri was named a 2021 Minnesota Icon by Finance & Commerce.

To answer a clear need in the marketplace for creative evaluative mediators who can assist counsel with dispute resolution, Terri has expanded the services she provides. As a qualified Rule 114 mediator, she brings her high energy, active listening skills, broad experience, creativity, and pragmatic approach to her mediation practice. View CV.


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