Amber Koger focuses her practice on mergers and acquisitions, private equity, corporate governance and general business and corporate law.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Koger worked as an associate in the Minneapolis, Minnesota office of an international law firm, representing clients over a broad range of industries including the sports, entertainment and fashion industries. Ms. Koger assisted clients with a variety of matters, including all aspects of entity selection, formation and dissolution, negotiating commercial agreements and helping clients buy and sell businesses. She also advised boards of directors and management of organizations on governance, legal compliance and legal implications of business strategies and decisions.
Ms. Koger was recognized as an “Up & Coming Attorney” in 2013 by Minnesota Lawyer, a North Star Lawyer in 2013 by the Minnesota Bar Association, a Lawyers of Color’s “Hot List” Honoree in 2013 for the Midwest Region, and a featured member of the Young Lawyers’ Group of Twin Cities Diversity in Practice.
William and Mary School of Law, J.D. (2009)
North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, B.S. (2006) summa cum laude
North Carolina (2016)
American Bar Association, Committee on Corporate Governance, Diversity Committee Liaison
National Bar Association, Commercial Law Section, Member
National Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, Member
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