Allison C. Hintz
Allison Hintz advises clients on a wide variety of business dealings, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital transactions. She is experienced at drafting and negotiating principal deal documents as well as advising privately held companies on an array of general counsel matters. In her practice, Allison partners with investors, entrepreneurs and executives on the legal and business issues they face at every stage, from startup through growth to exit. Prior to relocating to Minneapolis, Allison practiced at a Chicago firm.
Allison received her law degree, cum laude, from DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, where she also earned a Certificate in Business Law. During law school, Allison completed two externships in Chicago – one at the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and the other at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Allison received her B.A. in economics and legal studies in business from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul.
- Represented privately held wastewater services and equipment provider in connection with a multi-million dollar sale of assets to a private equity fund in 2020. The transaction included, among other issues, employment, tax and rollover investment issues.
- Represented privately held investor in connection with a multi-million dollar acquisition of assets of privately held producer, manufacturer and seller of small batch non-alcoholic beverages in 2019. The transaction included, among other issues, employment and trademark issues.
- Represented multinational privately held electronics and automation company in connection with a multi-million dollar strategic acquisition of a privately held multinational technology company in 2017. The transaction included, among other issues, patent and trademark issues.
- Represented privately held distributor of food service equipment and supplies in connection with a multi-million dollar sale of majority interest to a private equity fund in 2017. The transaction included, among other issues, a pre-signing type-F reorganization and financing and anti-trust regulatory issues.
- July 12, 2019
- “Lost in the Dark: An Analysis of the SEC’s Regulatory Response to Dark Pools,” 13 DEPAUL BUS. & COM. L.J. 3296/1/2015
80 South Eighth Street500 IDS CenterMinneapolis, MN 55402
DePaul University College of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2015
University of St. Thomas, B.A., 2012, Economics and Legal Studies in Business.
University of St. Thomas, B.A., 2012, Economics and Legal Studies in Business