Luem Named as One of the 2022 Top 100 St. Louisans to Know to Succeed in Business

Sarah J. Luem, shareholder and practice group chair, was named to St. Louis Small Business Monthly‘s 2022 “Top 100 St. Louisans You Should Know to Succeed in Business” list.

A team of judges reviewed nominations from business owners and selected the individuals on this list to acknowledge and honor their business acumen, community engagement, charitable contributions, and commitment to helping businesses in St. Louis grow.

“I am proud to be an active member of the St. Louis community,” said Sarah. “Working with business owners and start-ups is one of my favorite parts of being an attorney.  Our Business & Finance attorneys regularly collaborate across practice areas in order to address our clients’ most pressing legal issues and provide vital support to small businesses.”

Sarah represents individuals and closely-held businesses of all sizes and in all stages of growth in transactional matters affecting their businesses. She has extensive experience in entity formation and governance, contract negotiation and disputes, real estate, the sale or acquisition of companies or their assets, ownership disputes, and business divorces. Prior to attending law school, Sarah worked as a management consultant, where she provided strategic communication and transformation consulting to Fortune 500 companies.

Read St. Louis Small Business Monthly’s feature on Sarah J. Luem in the April 2022 Issue.

About St. Louis Small Business Monthly

St. Louis Small Business Monthly, established in 1988, is a locally owned magazine focused on presidents, owners, CEOs, CFOs, and other top decision-makers from closely-held, privately and multi-generational family owned companies in the St. Louis region.

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Capes Sokol is a St. Louis-based law firm focusing on corporate and real estate matters; business, commercial, intellectual property, and product liability litigation; employment law; tax litigation and controversy; white collar criminal defense; trusts and estates; entertainment and media; and digital currency and blockchain technology.

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