Oppenheimer Wolff and Donnelly LLP is one of the oldest full-service law firms in Minneapolis, Minnesotta. The firm specializes in securities, real estate finance, mergers and acquisitions, medical technology, financial services, business litigation, and specialty practices like venture capital and private equity, tax planning and advocacy, privacy and data protection, labor and employment, intellectual property, immigration and others. With its dedicated team of attorneys, Oppenheimer Wolff and Donnelly LLP is always looking out for the best interest of its client, be it an individual owned start-up company or a Fortune 100 corporation.
Travis J. Anderson is one of the partners with Oppenheimer Wolff and Donnelly LLP. A graduate of the University of Minnesotta Law School, he is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), Minnesotta State Bar Association and Hennepin County Bar Association. An accomplished attorney, he was named amongst the “Rising Star” index of the Minnesotta Law & Politics. Anderson is also the author of scholarly articles and his “”Five Tips for Selling Your Business” was published in August 2009 edition of the Minnesotta Business. He specializes in the fields of general corporate, technology licensing and mergers and acquisitions. Mark S. Olson is another partner with Oppenheimer Wolff and Donnelly LLP. A “Super Lawyer” according to the Minnesotta Law & Politics, Olson is a graduate of the University of Minnesotta Law School and specializes in health care litigation, medical technology, business litigation and products liability. Admitted to practice before the state bar of Minnesotta, Olson is an Adjunct Professor of Trial Advocacy at his alma mater and William Mitchell College of Law where he teaches Advanced Advocacy. In 2010, for his exceptional legal services, he was included in The International Who’s Who of Product Liability Defence Lawyers.
The firm has been actively involved in the community development by either doing Pro Bono work or making donations to various cultural, legal, civic and business institutions. The attorneys at the firm have accepted Pro Bono work as a challenge to further become an integral part of the society within which they do business.