Marcus Urlaub has been elected a shareholder in Monroe Moxness Berg.
Urlaub works with closely held businesses and individuals in the areas of estate planning, wealth preservation, estate and trust administration, and business succession and exit planning. He also assists the firm’s small business and corporate clients in a variety of matters, including mergers and acquisitions, business and corporate structuring, and shareholder and employment agreements.
Before becoming an attorney, Urlaub worked for five years in business banking with U.S. Bank, where he served a variety of emerging companies and small to midsize business clients.
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Alger represents real estate stakeholders in matters related to eminent domain, land use, property tax, special assessments and real estate litigation. Stuart began practicing law at the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office, where he gained firsthand insight into the processes that drive government decisions regarding property. Alger has worked on high-profile projects in the Twin Cities, including the Minnesota Twins ballpark land acquisition and the Blue and Green line light rail projects.
Alger earned his J.D., summa cum laude, at the William Mitchell College of Law, a master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Concordia College at Moorhead.
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