P: 713-904-1948


Corporate & Securities
Mergers & Acquisitions
Complex Commercial Transactions
Dispute Resolution

Neal Eisenbraun has 30 years’ experience as an attorney representing clients across the United States in medical device and pharmaceutical litigation, consumer and antitrust class actions, insurance and commercial litigation, general corporate law, contract negotiation and review, financing in the private and commercial markets and business strategies. His focus is on identifying, preventing, and eliminating potential liabilities, whether personnel issues, contract issues or safety issues and including analysis of appropriate business structures and creative, collaborative early conflict resolution. Mr. Eisenbraun provides litigation advice and assistance to the firm, assists with document review and analysis, and general business contract negotiation and drafting.


    • Represented NYSE-listed company in negotiation and drafting of five-year $430 million master distribution agreement for distribution services to 115 facilities nationwide

    • Represented NYSE-listed company’s U.K. affiliate in negotiation and drafting of multiple distribution agreements for distribution services internationally

    • Represented NYSE-listed company’s international affiliate in negotiation and drafting of General Purpose Foreign-Trade Zone Operating Agreement

    • Advised NYSE-listed company’s affiliate regarding sovereign immunity issues, jurisdictional nuances, and contractual requirements critical to successful business relationships with Native American Tribes under state, federal, and tribal law


    • J.D., Hamline University School of Law
    – St. Paul, Minnesota, 1983
    – Managing Editor Hamline Law Review

    • B.A., University of South Dakota, Criminal Justice and Sociology, 1979

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    Professional Memberships and Associations

    Minnesota State Bar Association

    Anoka County Bar Association


    Attorney Advertising – Non-Routine Services for Contingent Fee: In re Appert & Pyle 5 Hamline L. Rev. 453 (1982)


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