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For more than 40 years, many of America’s best known concepts and emerging brands as well as businesses and residents of Minnesota and neighboring states have relied on Monroe Moxness Berg for legal and financial acumen in business law, finance, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, franchise and distribution, estate planning and financial planning, taxation, wealth preservation, real estate, land use, employment and commercial litigation.

We embrace innovation and take a multi-disciplinary approach to serving our clients. Our attorneys draw on diverse professional experience, and many hold advanced degrees in business, finance and taxation. Our collective business orientation is the principal source of unparalleled value to our clients.

We look forward to serving you for many years to come.


INNOVATIVE APPROACH

From the firm’s inception in 1969, Monroe Moxness Berg PA has redefined “innovative” in legal and professional services.


CORE VALUES

We value and maintain our client relationships by cultivating trust and confidence through actions that consistently serve the best interest of the client.

 

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A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON BUSINESS

A NATIONAL FOLLOWING WITH LOCAL ROOTS

PRACTICE

AREAS

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.
NEWS &

EVENTS

Monroe Moxness Berg PA professionals are industry leaders and serve in a number of capacities. Below, please find some of the latest news related to the firm in general as well as our participation in national conferences.

Dennis Monroe Reviews Salt Cellar Restaurant from Business Perspective

In his monthly Foodservice News column, Dennis Monroe offers a review of St. Paul’s Salt Cellar restaurant. Once again, the review focuses not on the cuisine but on the restaurant’s overall business proposition, assessed on the basis of specific criteria (see the initial column in the series for more information). The review considers the quality […]

Joshua Mason Joins Monroe Moxness Berg

Monroe Moxness Berg is pleased to announce that Joshua Mason has joined the firm as an associate in the Business Law and Corporate Finance/Mergers and Acquisitions practice groups. He focuses on mergers and acquisitions, securities regulation, and an array of transactional and business law matters. Before joining the firm, Joshua served as in-house counsel with […]

RECENT

PUBLICATIONS

The information in the articles and other publications that follow is intended to be helpful in a general sense. To the best of our knowledge, the information was current at the time we published it, but because laws change and circumstances vary, you should not rely on the information as legal advice. Your review of the materials below does not establish an attorney-client relationship with Monroe Moxness Berg PA or any of its attorneys.

Revisiting the Convenience of Community Banks

  • May 27, 2015
  • By Dennis Monroe

Recently I spoke at a conference to lawyers on the current status of community banking, and it got me thinking about how much things have changed on that front for the restaurant industry. The federal regulations primarily directed at larger banks have trickled down to affect small community banks. As a consequence, these banks have […]

Insurance Crafted for Brewing: Specialized Types of Coverage for Brewery Operations

  • April 23, 2015
  • By Marc Cohen

Our guest contributor Marc Cohen is a risk consultant with the Property & Casualty department at Bearence Management Group. All businesses follow the same general principles of insurance, and some of those businesses will be entirely covered by the basic policies – general liability, property, auto, and workers compensation. But because breweries are unique, they […]

Three Key Steps in Raising Capital to Fund Breweries

  • April 22, 2015
  • By Marcus Urlaub

  In our December 2014 newsletter, we outlined the various securities laws considerations for breweries and taprooms looking to raise money through a private placement offering. Now we turn our attention to the mechanics of actually approaching and securing commitments from investors. Below are a few thoughts on the money-raising process, based on recent client […]

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