With a practice focusing on mergers and acquisitions, Veronica Salsbury represents private equity firms and public and private companies in acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and investments.

Her transactional experience spans the range of deal activity including leveraged buyouts, strategic mergers, carve-out and cross-border transactions. Over the past decade, Veronica has successfully closed more than 80 M&A transactions across a variety of industries. She strategically structures, manages and executes each transaction, providing clients with legal expertise, efficient project management and a focus on client service.

Veronica also counsels clients on general corporate and governance matters.



Private Equity Engagements

  • Represented numerous leading private equity funds in platform investments, add-ons and exits across several industries, including consumer products, fitness, information technology, distribution and manufacturing.
  • Represented numerous PE portfolio companies in strategic add-on transactions in the consumer products, aviation, health care and other sectors.

Strategic Engagements

  • Represented water treatment company in numerous acquisitions to expand its services.
  • Represented investment bank in divestitures to streamline business.
  • Represented RV Business in acquisition of towables business.
  • Represented ATV supplier in its sale to private equity.



  • University of St. Thomas School of Law, J.D., 2008, cum laude
  • University of St. Thomas, B.A., (Finance), 2005, summa cum laude


  • Minnesota, 2008

Civic & Professional

Professional Activities

  • American Bar Association
  • National American Pacific American Bar Association
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