Adam works primarily with business clients on a wide variety of legal issues. With a background in finance, Adam especially enjoys assisting business owners who have cultivated their own companies and are ready to sell to retire and enjoy the fruits of their labor.
Adam also works on mergers and acquisitions, succession planning, franchise issues on behalf of franchisors and franchisees, real estate transactions, private placement offerings, bank loans (both asset-based and real estate-based), workouts, entities formation, employment agreements, non-competition agreements, and general contract negotiations and drafting.
Adam’s business clients include small family-owned businesses, banks, large corporations, and farms of all sizes.
Adam utilizes his business experience in his work for local municipalities. He is the town attorney for St. Croix Falls and Prairie Lake and the Village attorney for Luck, Almena, Balsam Lake, and Haugen. He has extensive experience dealing with issues related to municipal law, including frac sand mining. He also represents clients int he area of bankruptcy, collections and creditor’s rights.
A Clear Lake native, Adam practiced in a large Florida firm and with an international firm in their Minneapolis offices before joining Bakke Norman.
The panelists include:
- Mark Kinney, President of The Kinney Firm
- Steve Wilcox, President of Resultants for Business
- Adam Jarchow, Partner at Bakke Norman, S.C.
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