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  Shawn G. Rice  
Transactional M&A Corporate Attorney
Rice Business Law
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Shawn Rice is a transactional entrepreneurial attorney in Wisconsin focused on startup and smaller businesses. He practices primarily in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate, business, real estate, banking and finance, and estate planning. Shawn provides counsel and strategic direction to business clients and individuals, guiding them through a variety of transactional matters. Shawn focuses his practice on business, corporate and commercial matters. He advises businesses of all types and sizes, from closely-held family companies to multi-national corporations.

Shawn has extensive experience providing counsel on general business matters such as start-up and formation, limited liability companies, joint ventures and partnerships, corporate governance, shareholder relations, bank and other financing, securities, real estate matters, and contracts including venture capital, franchises, employment, vendors and consulting arrangements. Shawn also maintains an active practice assisting clients with mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, including leveraged buy-outs and business succession planning. Shawn also represents local nonprofit organizations and financial institutions.

 

 
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