Batten & Beasley was founded in 2010. Batten & Beasley is a law firm that focuses on assisting small and medium size business clients address their legal needs. We believe in fostering a relationship with our clients that goes beyond just their legal needs, and is geared toward the overall success of the business.
2233 N. Hamline Avenue
Roseville MN 55113
Our firm offers a free one hour consultation.
We are willing to offer some services at a fixed rate, such as formation of a LLC.
9:00am to 6:00pm
I am interested in the best business practices and governance for companies.
We always encourage clients to educate themselves and have a basic understanding of their legal issues.
Our firm is always willing to review a document prepared by a client. This can be very helpful in best determining the clients wishes with regard to that particular matter.
From a liability standpoint this is not a practice our firm engages in.
Prior to being a founding member of Batten & Beasley, I was a sole practitioner focusing on business law and consumer bankruptcy.
My career history has focused on customer service.
One of my strengths is the ability to communicate with clients. We believe that without a high attention to communication between the firm and client, the client does not receive the care and attention that is required to form a lasting relationship.Personal interests:
I enjoy the outdoor and spending time with my family.
Leon is licensed to practice law in Minnesota. He concentrates mainly in the areas of Business and Individual Taxation.
Leon received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Minnesota. He graduated cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School. Upon completing his core legal studies, Leon moved to Washington, D.C. and received an LL.M. in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center. His academic performance at Georgetown was highlighted by the receipt of two awards in courses devoted to tax shelters and tax litigation.
Gigi is licensed to practice law in Minnesota and Georgia and in Minnesota Federal Court. She concentrates mainly in the areas of bankruptcy, consumer and housing issues, immigration, civil rights and criminal defense.
Gigi graduated from William Mitchell College of Law in 2010. During law school, she volunteered over 600 hours through the MJF, worked at SMRLS, Homeline, the ACLU, and Project Homeless Connect. She continues to volunteer regularly at the Project Homeless Connect and the ACLU.
Before becoming an attorney, Gigi graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering and went on to work as an aircraft stress analyst for twenty years. She worked on projects that included the B-1B, the Space Shuttle, Boeing aircraft, and the Gulfstream business jets. She also worked as a railcar stress analyst on the Amtrak railcar.
Andrews practice focuses primarily on legal issues that affect small and medium sized businesses. This includes involvement in business formation and acquisition; business sale and dissolution; and handling disputes about business and ownership issues, including business litigation. Andrew also drafts and reviews contracts and advises businesses on governmental compliance requirements.
Prior to attending law school, Andrew interned for former Minnesota Congressman Jim Ramstad in Washington, D.C. He also worked in the film industry in Los Angeles, where he was an Associate Producer for a child safety video. During law school Andrew focused on regulatory law and administrative compliance issues, including an internship with a Minnesota Administrative Law Judge.
Andrew received his Bachelor of Arts from Pitzer College at the Claremont Colleges and his Juris Doctor from William Mitchell College of Law.
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