Margy Weisman

Margy Weisman, JD
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Who is Margy Weisman?

Margy is a strategic, business-oriented corporate legal leader and CPA with outstanding experience in creative problem solving and proactive legal strategy. She specializes in helping businesses in matters related to mergers, acquisitions & divestitures, regulatory compliance, commercial leasing, real estate and construction contracts, commercial contracts, supply chain management, employment matters, litigation management, international law, licensing, and intellectual property.

Margy is passionate about helping businesses grow strategically and successfully. So she dedicates herself to becoming a trusted advisor for the long haul.  After spending the first several years of her career at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, Margy went “in-house”, where she spent more than 25 years serving as Assistant General Counsel for a $1 Billion global manufacturing company,  Assistant General Counsel for a $2 Billion domestic manufacturer, and as Senior Attorney for a Global Telecommunications company. In those roles, she assisted each company in all aspects of their businesses and served as a key member of each management team responsible for drafting, reviewing and negotiating all types of complex commercial contracts, handling regulatory matters, overseeing litigation , providing ongoing employee training and support, and ensuring appropriate goverance.
Margy is a licensed CPA who has a Bachelor of Sscience degree in accounting from the University of Illinois (summa cum laude).  She received her Juris Doctorate from Washington University School of Law, where she was elected to the Order of Coif. She also served as editor of the Washington University Law Quarterly.   In law school, she was the recipient of numerous awards,  including the Honor Scholar Award, the Fisse Merit Scholarship, the American Jurisprudence Award, and the Judge Amandus Brackman Prize (Best Brief) in the National Moot Court Competition.

Today Margy is licensed to practice law in Missouri and Illinois, serves on the boards for the Association of Corporate Counsel and Central Reform Congregation in St. Louis, is a global speaker, and an avid triathlete. She exercises daily and has competed in over 100 triathlons.

Margy lives with her husband and has two grown sons.

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