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Brian Harr's practice includes the representation of both public and private companies in the sale and purchase of companies.

He has extensive experience in the structuring of transactions to maximize the value of the transaction for his clients. During the negotiations of a transaction, Brian works closely with his clients to identify potential issues, explain the consequences of such issues, and try to find an acceptable resolution to such issues. Once a transaction closes, he continues to work with his clients to see that all post closing covenants are satisfied; and, if there are any other post closing issues, they are resolved in a satisfactory manner.

Experience

Experience

  • Represented a publicly traded company in fourteen (14) acquisitions/dispositions
  • Represented a privately held company in its sale to a publicly traded company for more than $145 million
  • Represented a privately held company with 200 plus shareholders in its sale to a publicly traded company for more than $45 million
  • Represented a privately held company in the acquisition of the license to Prince
  • Represented a privately held company in the sale of its company to another privately held company in excess of $110 million
  • Represented a privately held company in the sale of its assets in excess of $100 million
  • Represented a privately held company in anti-trust investigation by the Department of Justice
  • Serves as outside general counsel for two privately held companies, both of which have over $100 million in annual gross revenue

News & Publications

Honors & Affiliations

Community & Professional

Nebraska and Omaha Bar Associations
Leadership Omaha Class 29
TeamMates Metro, Board of Directors
Omaha Children's Museum, Board of Directors
Sacred Heart Church, Finance Committee Member
Douglas County Fair Board, Past Chair

Education

J.D., University of Notre Dame, 1997

  • Reform Notes Editor, Journal of Legislation (1997)

B.A., University of Notre Dame, 1994

  • History

Admissions

  • State of Nebraska
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