Aaron S. Mensh
Middlebury College, B.A., 2006, magna cum laude; University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D., 2009, Editor-in-Chief, Connecticut Law Review
Aaron provides a broad range of legal services to new, emerging and established businesses and commercial entities, including not-for-profit and tax exempt entities and trade associations. Aaron has experience representing these entities, and individuals, on matters involving business formation, contract negotiations, corporate governance and compliance, commercial real estate transactions, loan transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and management and contractual compliance.
- New York State Courts
- Connecticut State Courts
- Serving as counsel in complex real estate transactions, including acquisitions, sales, exchanges and financing.
- Counseling clients through mergers and acquisitions, and negotiating transaction documents to bring mergers and acquisitions to timely conclusions.
- Representing borrowers and lenders in loan transactions.
- Designing and implementing successful structures and strategies for maintenance and control of business entities, including majority and minority shareholders and equity holders, and maintenance of closely-held business entities.
- Serving in an in-house counsel role to entities in various industries throughout New York State.
- Representing not-for-profit, tax exempt entities and trade associations in all aspects of formation, reporting and compliance.
- Selected to the Albany Business Review’s Forty Under Forty Class of 2015.
- Recipient of the University of Connecticut School of Law Foundation Prize for outstanding academic achievement.
- Albany County Bar Association
- Saratoga County Bar Association
- New York State Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Director, The Food Pantries for the Capital District
- Trustee, Historical Society of Saratoga Springs
- Mentor, Tech Valley Young Professionals Executive Mentorship Program