Monroe Moxness Berg has acquired a national reputation for its innovative work in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and concept growth, protection and development in multi-unit retail, restaurant and hospitality industries. We are also firmly rooted in Minnesota and deeply committed to our regional clients, bringing the expertise we gain in our national practice to support individuals, businesses and organizations in our state and in the Upper Midwest.
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Monroe Moxness Berg welcomes new associate Mae Beeler. Mae has joined the firm’s Litigation practice group, where she will focus her practice on an array of civil and commercial litigation matters. Before joining the firm, Mae served as a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas J. Kalitowski and the Honorable Denise D. Reilly, both of […]
In his review column for the September 2015 issue of Foodservice News, Dennis Monroe takes a look at the business proposition behind two Italian concepts, Parella and Lela, opening in previously hot-then-cold Twin Cities locations. For his verdict, read the full article.
The law firm of Monroe Moxness Berg is pleased to announce that two of its attorneys have once again been recognized in the 2016 edition of The Best Lawyers In America©. Dennis Monroe and James Wahl were selected by their peers for recognition in the area of franchise Law. As the oldest peer-review publication in […]
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If you die without addressing your digital assets (such as online financial accounts, social media accounts, loyalty program benefits, etc.) in your estate plan, your loved ones or other representatives may not be able to access them without going to court — or, worse yet, may not even know they exist. The first step in […]
I’m often asked why sophisticated investors invest in the restaurant space, so I queried three individuals who all have extensive experience in restaurant investing—Jeff Brock, a long-time veteran financier, now managing partner of Hargett Hunter Capital Partners; Navin Nagrani, executive VP of Hilco Real Estate who does personal investing in restaurants; and Jim Coady, senior […]
If you own life insurance policies at your death, the proceeds will be included in your taxable estate. Ownership is usually determined by several factors, including who has the right to name the beneficiaries of the proceeds. One way around this problem is to have a properly structured irrevocable life insurance trust (ILIT) own the […]