Employment and Corporate Consulting

At O’Meara Wagner, P.A., we have served as trusted legal advisors to early emerging businesses, established companies, and large corporations.  Our breadth of experience spans numerous industries, including construction / design, education, insurance, government and public entities, manufacturers, and retail / hospitality.

Our corporate and employment transactional attorneys serve clients within Minnesota and greater Midwest.  Our experience and client-focused approach seeks to understand your particular needs, create tailored advice, and provide you with intuitive guidance designed to promote your goals.

We can serve clients in a variety of formats, from general counsel, to special counsel, to task-based assignments, all depending on need.  Business leaders face complex corporate issues, and we provide the clarity needed to navigate the turbulent waters of a demanding business climate.

Our attorneys are ready to provide advice and counsel on a variety of matters, including:

  • Business Disputes 
  • Corporate Governance and Operations
  • Contracts
    • Business Contracts
    • Commercial Contracts
    • Employment Contracts
  • Computer and Technology
  • Corporate Compliance and Ethics
  • Crisis Management Planning
  • Employment Disputes
  • Franchise and Licensing
  • Human Resources
  • Insurance
    • Risk Protection Planning
    • Insurance Regulation
  • Intellectual Property
  • Labor, Employment, Independent Contractors
  • Leasing
  • Mobile Workforce
  • Policies, Procedures and Handbooks
  • Regulatory and Legislative
  • Strategic Planning
  • Unfair Competition and Trade Secrets
  • Workplace Privacy and Data Security

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