MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (Oct. 9, 2012) — The University of Minnesota Law School's Corporate Institute has named Gray Plant Mooty attorney Al Coleman to its inaugural Board of Advisors. The 2012 Board of Advisors will suggest initiatives and strategies, offer feedback, and help develop resources to advance the Institute's projects. There are eleven total members, who will each provide unique guidance to the Institute’s future vision and goals.
Coleman graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2004, and is an adjunct professor at the law school where he teaches a course on contract drafting.
At Gray Plant Mooty, Coleman primarily focuses on assisting companies with increasing revenues and reducing risks in domestic and international transactions. As a highly regarded and trusted advisor, he provides sophisticated advice and counsel to emerging businesses and established domestic and multi-national companies on a broad range of business and legal issues including commercial transactions, license agreements, and supply and distribution agreements. Coleman also provides extensive expertise in structuring, negotiating, and closing complex mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, strategic alliances, and forming or expanding operations in Canada, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Gray Plant Mooty is recognized as one of the leading corporate law firms in Minnesota and one of the top franchise firms in the world. Our roots go back to 1866. Today, we are a 170-attorney, full-service firm with offices in Minneapolis and St. Cloud, Minnesota, and Washington, DC. Our attorneys and staff provide exceptional client service and value to our clients, and directly or with our global affiliations, we provide comprehensive legal services on a regional, national, and global basis.
Gray Plant Mooty is recognized as one of the leading corporate law firms in Minnesota and one of the top franchise firms in the world. Our roots go back to 1866. Today, we are a 180-plus attorney, full-service firm with offices in Minneapolis and St. Cloud, Minnesota; Washington, D.C.; and Fargo, North Dakota.