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Varnum Partner Gabe Edelson Named a Go To Lawyer for Business Transactions by Michigan Lawyers Weekly

April 30, 2024

Varnum partner Gabe Edelson has been named a Go To Lawyer for Business Transactions by Michigan Lawyers Weekly. The program recognizes top lawyers from around the state who have a strong focus on business and corporate law.

A member of Varnum’s Corporate Practice Team, Edelson focuses his practice on mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, corporate governance and general corporate matters. He represents private equity firms, portfolio companies and a wide variety of other businesses in cross-border and domestic mergers and acquisitions and commercial transactions, ranging in size from under $1 million to over $1 billion.

He advises both public and private clients in a variety of industries, with deep experience in private equity and strategic transactions.

Edelson is recognized by The Best Lawyers in America® for his professional accomplishments in corporate law. In 2020, he was recognized as by The Well and The Detroit Jewish News as one of 36 Under 36, recognizing exceptional young professionals who are impacting the Metro Detroit community.

In addition to his practice, Edelson is an active and engaged member of the southeast Michigan community, serving as a leader in a variety of professional, arts and community development organizations. He recently completed a year of intense community focus and education as part of Leadership Detroit Class XLII, as well as a seven-year stint on the board of directors of the Founders Junior Council at the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Edelson will be profiled along with other honorees in a special section of the May 20th edition of Michigan Lawyers Weekly.

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