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Rick A. Dold

Rick is a civil transactional and litigation attorney based out of Godwin Dold's Winona, Minnesota office. Rick represents organizations, business owners, and other individuals with company formation, buy/sell agreements, mergers and acquisitions, estate planning, and other personal, corporate, and business transactional matters. He also advises clients on resolving disputes and represents them in litigation.

Rick is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association, a member and past president of the Third District Bar Association, and a member of the Olmsted County Bar Association.

Rick received his B.A. from St. John's University and his J.D. from the Hamline University School of Law (now the Mitchell Hamline School of Law). Rick is licensed to practice in Minnesota and Wisconsin and admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota.

Representative Experience

  • Assisted in the merger and acquisition of a healthcare company worth more than $15 million

  • Represented a majority shareholder in a sale of shares for more than $2 million

  • Represented a minority shareholder in a sale of shares at a price and on terms more favorable than those provided in the company’s corporate documents

  • Represented a construction company owner in the sale of his business through an asset sale

  • Represented numerous start-up companies in many different industries and assisted with entity formation, entity selection, obtaining financing, and growth strategy planning

Land Use/Regulatory and Development
  • Represented land owner in complex zoning dispute and obtained a dismissal of all zoning violations from the City of Rochester

  • Assisted land owner with sale of commercial property included within a planned $60 million development

  • Lobbied on behalf of a group of business owners to effectively limit the applicability of a proposed ordinance that would have cost each business thousands of dollars a year in extra regulatory burden

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