The merger of locally based law firm Lathrop Gage with Gray Plant Mooty, of Minneapolis, closed on Jan. 1, and the combined entity is now Lathrop GPM.
Lathrop GPM gives both former entities more of a national presence, with 14 offices from coast to coast. Clients of the former Lathrop Gage now have access to expanded health law, higher education, mergers and acquisitions, and nonprofit practices.
Cameron Garrison, formerly managing partner at Lathrop Gage, has assumed that role at Lathrop GPM and chairs the firm’s 13-member executive committee.
“We are excited that our clients will benefit from a greater geographic reach, new and expanded legal practices and access to deeper benches in several areas, and our lawyers have already seized upon myriad opportunities to provide even better service to our clients,” Garrison said, in a press release.