Corporate Attorney Meridith G. Cannon Joins Clark Hill Chicago
CHICAGO, IL –
Attorney Meridith G. Cannon has joined Clark Hill PLC Chicago as a member of the Corporate Practice Group.
Cannon’s practice focuses on business transactions, business formation and planning, and general corporate and contract matters. She is a trusted advisor and counselor to companies and their management teams across a wide range of industries.
Cannon represents both buyers and sellers, strategic and financial, in acquisition and divestiture transactions, as well as mergers, joint ventures and other business combinations in various industries, including food and beverage, computer design, and accounts receivable management and collection. She also represents privately held businesses in a wide range of restructuring and recapitalization transactions. Additionally, she represents privately held businesses, including not-for-profit entities, in connection with the negotiation and preparation of various commercial contracts often related to the development, manufacture, sale and distribution of goods.
Cannon was named a “Rising Star” by
Illinois Super Lawyers®
in the business/corporate law sector from 2008-2011. She also serves as pro bono counsel for Friends of Oscar Mayer School.
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