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PR 2019 No.07

John P. Boyle and Jana Aune Deach Elected to Board of Directors and Beth A. Gliedman and Jeffrey S. Waldron Elected Shareholders of Moss & Barnett

Minneapolis, MN (May 2, 2019) – Moss & Barnett, A Professional Association, is pleased to announce that John P. Boyle and Jana Aune Deach were elected to three-year terms as members of the Board of Directors and Beth A. Gliedman and Jeffrey S. Waldron were elected shareholders of the firm effective January 1, 2019.

Boyle is a member of the firm’s litigation, employment law, and financial services teams. His practice focuses primarily on the areas of litigation and trial work, particularly commercial dispute resolution, complex business litigation, lender liability defense, shareholder and corporate governance disputes, and real estate and employment litigation.

Deach is a member of the firm’s family law team. She is a nationally recognized family law practitioner who serves as a compassionate advocate for clients and their children. Deach provides counsel in all areas of family law. She also serves as chair of M&B Cares, the firm’s community outreach and philanthropic committee.

Boyle and Deach will each continue practicing law on a full-time basis in addition to handling their management responsibilities. They are joined on the board by co-directors, Kevin M. Busch, Brian T. Grogan, Timothy L. Gustin, and James J. Vedder.

Gliedman is a member of the firm’s multifamily and commercial real estate finance, real estate, and financial services teams. She focuses on multifamily housing finance and primarily represents lenders in connection with the financing of multifamily housing projects and the sale of these loans to Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. Gliedman also regularly advises and counsels clients on navigating the complex issues related to mortgage foreclosures, and she provides representation to both buyers and sellers in all phases of acquisition and disposition of commercial and residential real estate projects.

Waldron is a member of the firm’s business law, mergers and acquisitions, wealth preservation and estate planning, closely held businesses, and securities teams. He advises clients on a broad range of business and transactional matters, including business formation, acquisitions, and dispositions. He acts as outside general counsel to numerous companies across a broad range of industries, advising on corporate governance, contracts, financing transactions, and other strategic matters. Waldron also advises clients with respect to succession planning, wealth preservation, and estate planning.

John P. Boyle

Jana Aune Deach

Beth A. Gliedman

Jeffrey S. Waldron

About Moss & Barnett

Established at the start of the 20th century, Moss & Barnett has helped shape the practice of law in Minnesota and grown national practices in accountant law, business, corporate and financial services, construction law, energy and public utilities law, and intellectual property rights. The firm’s successful track record has attracted talented attorneys to join the firm including the addition of a new office in St. Cloud, Minnesota, in 2018. Since 2010, Moss & Barnett has been named a “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News – Best Lawyers. For more information, please visit www.LawMoss.com.

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