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Corporate/M&A — Montana


Crowley Fleck PLLP - Corporate/M&A Department

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第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Prominent firm with expertise in a vast array of corporate-related issues. Regularly handles mandates pertaining to M&A, corporate financing and business formations, as well as being experienced in the spheres of tax, real estate and IP. Regularly represents clients in the energy, natural resources, banking and healthcare sectors.

Notable practitioners

William Lamdin is described by peers as a "smart and notable lawyer" with considerable expertise in the banking sphere. He frequently acts for banks and financial institutions on an array of matters, including bankruptcy, financing and M&A. His experience also extends to advising Native American tribes and tribal businesses.

Jason Loble has an active corporate practice and regularly assists clients with private securities offerings and M&A, on both the buyer and seller sides. He is well placed to advise technology companies, restaurants and banks on the drafting of contracts and general business governance.

About the Team (content provided by Crowley Fleck PLLP)

Crowley Fleck’s Mergers and Acquisitions attorneys advise clients of all sizes on a broad range of business acquisitions and dispositions, joint ventures, securities offerings and related transactions. Whether selling a family owned business that was built over generations, making a strategic acquisition for a fast growing company, forming a new business relationship or raising capital through a securities offering, Crowley Fleck’s attorneys have the technical expertise and industry experience to help clients achieve their strategic business goals. We take pride in our ability to provide practical solutions while assisting our clients to navigate complex business transactions.

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Dorsey & Whitney LLP - Corporate/M&A Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for High-profile group that represents a broad range of clients from both the private and public sectors. Notable for its expertise in corporate acquisitions, venture capital financing and SEC regulatory issues, as well as its experience in the tax sector. Counts emerging companies, banks, underwriters and local governmental bodies among its clientele.

Strengths Clients are quick to single the firm out for its excellent client service, with one source observing: "I truly feel they are one of the top M&A firms," adding: "They truly get the balance of professional services and client care."

Another impressed interviewee notes: "When it comes to bond work I don't know that there is any firm in Montana better than Dorsey & Whitney. Without a doubt, they're at the very top."

Work highlights Advised Wisetail, an employee learning platform, on its sale to food and retail training company Alchemy Solutions.

Represented American Eagle Instruments in its acquisition by Young Innovations.

Notable practitioners

Jack Manning is widely revered as "the preeminent individual and the go-to person for expert opinions" in the field of corporate law in Montana. Clients note that "he is incredibly knowledgeable about M&A work and truly understands the art of the deal." His practice is centered on representing private companies, venture capital firms, banks and underwriters in M&A and securities offerings. He also has notable experience advising clients on SEC regulatory matters.

Daniel Semmens has extensive experience representing clients in bond issuances. He also advises cities, towns and school districts on public and special purpose financings. Interviewees highlight his expertise in the municipal bond space, with one source explaining: "Whenever municipality and local government agencies are looking for advice on bond activities, he is person they will contact."

Erin McCrady has a broad practice which includes assisting clients with debt, equity and public financing matters, as well as representing emerging companies in acquisitions. She recently acted as bond counsel to Montana State University in its issuance of $21 million facilities refunding revenue bonds.

About the Team (content provided by Dorsey & Whitney LLP)

With over 550 attorneys in 20 offices in the US, Asia, Europe and Canada, Dorsey is the only firm in Montana to provide this depth of resources and expertise in the corporate and public finance areas. Missoula office clients include start-up companies, venture capital firms and angel investors, underwriters, banks, individuals, public companies, and state and local governmental entities, including Montana state agencies, cities, towns, school, water and sewer districts and out of state companies doing business in Montana. The corporate practice focuses on counselling emerging companies and corporate and securities transactional matters, including private and public securities offerings, M&A, venture capital financings, SEC regulatory matters and general corporate advice. The public finance team advises on tax-exempt financing, tax-credit bonds and act as bond counsel to the state of Montana, its various agencies and instrumentalities, local governments and other political subdivisions.

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Browning, Kaleczyc, Berry & Hoven PC - Corporate/M&A Department

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第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Solid team with expertise in a broad range of corporate-related issues. Regularly handles mandates pertaining to mergers, acquisitions, corporate financing and business formations, as well as being experienced in the spheres of tax, real estate and environmental work. Additionally well placed to assist clients with refinancing and secured loan transactions.

Notable practitioners

Stanley Kaleczyc acts on broad range of corporate and regulatory matters, frequently representing clients before state and federal courts.

Head of department Kim Beatty has notable experience assisting clients with a broad range of corporate matters, including commercial transactions and the drafting of contracts and loan documentation. She also advises clients from the healthcare sector on corporate governance and regulatory compliance matters.

Clients are impressed with Dan Auerbach's hard-working approach, noting that "he does a great job of protecting our interests." His practice focuses primarily on assisting clients from the healthcare sector, whom he advises on risk management, compliance and information privacy matters. He also handles litigation relating to medical malpractice and Medicare fraud.

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Garlington, Lohn & Robinson, PLLP - Corporate/M&A Department

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What the team is known for Respected practice with noted expertise in corporate transactional work, though it also represents clients in contentious matters. Prized for its experience advising on mandates incorporating business formation, M&A and creditors' rights issues.

Notable practitioners

Gary Chumrau is highlighted for his focus on healthcare and transactional work, with sources hailing him as a "great lawyer." He routinely handles joint venture agreements on behalf of healthcare facilities and private physicians, and also has experience representing community hospitals and managed care provider networks.

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Holland & Hart LLP - Corporate/M&A Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Well-regarded group appreciated for its experience in corporate transactions, including M&A. Possesses a wide breadth of expertise in real estate, bankruptcy and tax issues. Frequently represents clients from the software, food and beverage and technology sectors.

Strengths Interviewees highlight the firm's expertise in corporate, banking and bankruptcy matters, noting that it is "a large law firm with a strong local presence."

Work highlights Represented a pesticide manufacturer in the sale of its company to a multinational buyer for $15 million.

Notable practitioners

Larry Petersen is respected by peers in the market, who refer to him as a "super good lawyer." He has notable experience representing clients in the gas, healthcare and real estate sectors in M&A, tax and estate planning matters.

Charles Hingle is singled out by interviewees for his extensive experience representing financial institutions and his ability to identify important issues. Sources observe that he is "very professional, very practical and he has a good ability to advise clients appropriately while keeping the big picture in mind." He regularly assists borrowers and secured lenders with loan documentation, bankruptcy and workout mandates.

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Senior Statesperson

Browning, Kaleczyc, Berry & Hoven PC

From the Chambers USA guide

Stanley Kaleczyc acts on broad range of corporate and regulatory matters, frequently representing clients before state and federal courts.

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Senior Statesperson

Holland & Hart LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Larry Petersen is respected by peers in the market, who refer to him as a "super good lawyer." He has notable experience representing clients in the gas, healthcare and real estate sectors in M&A, tax and estate planning matters.

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Star Individuals

Dorsey & Whitney LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Jack Manning is widely revered as "the preeminent individual and the go-to person for expert opinions" in the field of corporate law in Montana. Clients note that "he is incredibly knowledgeable about M&A work and truly understands the art of the deal." His practice is centered on representing private companies, venture capital firms, banks and underwriters in M&A and securities offerings. He also has notable experience advising clients on SEC regulatory matters.

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Christian, Samson, Jones & Chisholm, PLLC

From the Chambers USA guide

David Chisholm of Christian, Samson, Jones & Chisholm, PLLC is lauded by peers, who categorize him as a "very good lawyer" and someone who is "very well known and respected" in the corporate field. He demonstrates expertise in a broad range of areas, including banking and finance, commercial law and real estate transactions.

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Garlington, Lohn & Robinson, PLLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Gary Chumrau is highlighted for his focus on healthcare and transactional work, with sources hailing him as a "great lawyer." He routinely handles joint venture agreements on behalf of healthcare facilities and private physicians, and also has experience representing community hospitals and managed care provider networks.

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William D. Lamdin III

Crowley Fleck PLLP

From the Chambers USA guide

William Lamdin is described by peers as a "smart and notable lawyer" with considerable expertise in the banking sphere. He frequently acts for banks and financial institutions on an array of matters, including bankruptcy, financing and M&A. His experience also extends to advising Native American tribes and tribal businesses.

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Browning, Kaleczyc, Berry & Hoven PC

From the Chambers USA guide

Head of department Kim Beatty has notable experience assisting clients with a broad range of corporate matters, including commercial transactions and the drafting of contracts and loan documentation. She also advises clients from the healthcare sector on corporate governance and regulatory compliance matters.

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Holland & Hart LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Charles Hingle is singled out by interviewees for his extensive experience representing financial institutions and his ability to identify important issues. Sources observe that he is "very professional, very practical and he has a good ability to advise clients appropriately while keeping the big picture in mind." He regularly assists borrowers and secured lenders with loan documentation, bankruptcy and workout mandates.

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Moulton Bellingham PC

From the Chambers USA guide

Doug James of Moulton Bellingham PC is described by sources as a "very good lawyer" and is singled out for his expertise in bankruptcy and creditors' rights matters. His experience also extends to representing clients in commercial litigation and assisting lenders and developers with real estate transactions.

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Crowley Fleck PLLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Jason Loble has an active corporate practice and regularly assists clients with private securities offerings and M&A, on both the buyer and seller sides. He is well placed to advise technology companies, restaurants and banks on the drafting of contracts and general business governance.

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Dorsey & Whitney LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Daniel Semmens has extensive experience representing clients in bond issuances. He also advises cities, towns and school districts on public and special purpose financings. Interviewees highlight his expertise in the municipal bond space, with one source explaining: "Whenever municipality and local government agencies are looking for advice on bond activities, he is person they will contact."

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William K VanCanagan

Datsopoulos, MacDonald & Lind, P.C.

From the Chambers USA guide

William VanCanagan of Datsopoulos, MacDonald & Lind, P.C. is singled out for praise by interviewees, who remark that he is "smart, works very hard and is a very good lawyer." He is well placed to handle venture capital and M&A transactions, as well as securities regulation matters. He has a strong track record for representing businesses and investors in the manufacturing, technology and medical devices industries.

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Browning, Kaleczyc, Berry & Hoven PC

From the Chambers USA guide

Clients are impressed with Dan Auerbach's hard-working approach, noting that "he does a great job of protecting our interests." His practice focuses primarily on assisting clients from the healthcare sector, whom he advises on risk management, compliance and information privacy matters. He also handles litigation relating to medical malpractice and Medicare fraud.

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Dorsey & Whitney LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Erin McCrady has a broad practice which includes assisting clients with debt, equity and public financing matters, as well as representing emerging companies in acquisitions. She recently acted as bond counsel to Montana State University in its issuance of $21 million facilities refunding revenue bonds.

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Boone Karlberg PC

From the Chambers USA guide

Dean Stensland of Boone Karlberg PC has notable experience advising clients on M&A. He also represents financial institutions in bankruptcy matters and assists creditors with complex Chapter 11 bankruptcies. Market sources report that he has "a good reputation" in this space.

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Taylor Luther Group PLLC

From the Chambers USA guide

Well-regarded practitioner Mark Taylor of Taylor Luther Group PLLC is highlighted by interviewees for his focus on government affairs and is hailed as "one of the most well-known and respected lobbyists" in the state.

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