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Sabin Selected as 2021 “Top Business Advisor” in St. Louis

Brian J. Sabin, Capes Sokol shareholder, was recently recognized as one of the 2021 “Top Business Advisors” by St. Louis Small Business Monthly. The publication accepts nominations and surveys its readers for the best advisors for business owners in St. Louis.

In the past several years, Brian has been recognized numerous times for his accomplishments. St. Louis Small Business Monthly named him a “Top Business Lawyer” in 2019 and a “Best Attorney” in 2019 and 2020. Since 2017, Brian has been included in the Missouri & Kansas Rising Stars list for real estate.

To read the full list of individuals receiving this acknowledgment and the feature about Brian, please check out the St. Louis Small Business Monthly February 2021 issue.

About Brian J. Sabin

Brian J. Sabin counsels businesses on all types of legal matters, throughout all stages of their lifecycle, from entity formation and startup to maturity and disposition. In his real estate practice, Brian represents landlords, tenants, property owners, developers, and investors, in real estate transactions and disputes. In his banking and finance practice, Brian represents borrowers and lenders and has led several $100+ million loan transactions. In addition to representing for-profit businesses, Brian advises prominent non-profit organizations throughout the St. Louis region.

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 businesses in the St. Louis region. Readership includes established companies of all sizes, many of which have been owned by the same family for multiple generations.

These lists form a part of SBM’s annual Business Owners’ Guide–Book of “Best” Lists, which features the firms and companies offering the best services in the St. Louis area.

Capes Sokol

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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