While in law school, Teddy was a staffer and managing editor for Minnesota Law Review, a judicial extern for Judge John Scherer of the Seventh Judicial District in St. Cloud, Minnesota, and a judicial extern for Judge Tony N. Leung with the United States District Court in St. Paul. Prior to joining the firm, Teddy worked as a business transactions associate for a national law firm, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions.
Teddy earned his B.A. from St. Norbert College, where he was an all-conference athlete in both football and baseball. Before beginning his legal career, he earned an M.S.W. from Boston College and spent several years working as a bilingual youth and family counselor, a wilderness therapist and social worker. Additionally, he was on the adjunct faculty in the Department of Psychology at William Rainey Harper College and worked as a co-author and editor for Hall Hill Press where he co-wrote and edited “Tread Softly: Bullying and the Death of Phoebe Prince.”
- International youth and amateur hockey development company in domestic acquisitions and expansion, corporate governance and reorganization strategy.
- International propane company in domestic acquisitions, finance matters, and expansion in the fuel oil and LP gas dealers industry.
- International agricultural services company in domestic acquisitions and expansion in the tailored poultry and livestock solutions sectors.
- International cloud-based software company on reorganization strategy, alignment and restructuring.
- Private equity-backed window and door manufacturer and distributor on corporate governance and general business matters.
- Family-owned hops farm on market entry, expansion, equity financing and commercialization strategy.
- Closely-held craft beer brewery on contract negotiation, general business matters and intellectual property protection.
- Online used car retailer startup on equity financing, expansion strategy and intellectual property protection.
- Family-owned and -operated auto dealership group on general business matters and succession planning.