Armstrong Teasdale Elects New Partner in Denver

June 20, 2017 Press Releases

Armstrong Teasdale announces the addition of Aubyn G. Krulish to its partnership effective June 7, 2017.

“Aubyn’s strong work ethic shines through in many ways, especially in the fantastic results she delivers for our clients,” said John Beulick, managing partner. “Our people are critical to our mission of delivering excellent client service, and Aubyn certainly is living our mission.”

A member of the Corporate Services practice group, Krulish provides counsel on an extensive range of business issues to clients of all sizes from large publicly traded companies to emerging companies and startups. She primarily focuses on mergers and acquisitions, strategic business transactions, financing and restructuring. Krulish counsels clients through the intricacies of each deal, providing creative solutions that recognize the careful balance required in reducing risk and closing the deal. Her experience also extends to commercial contracts, private placements and capital raises.

Krulish’s broad corporate experience, which spans many industries, enables her to provide proactive advice to her clients, identify potential issues and address a wide range of legal needs across each organization. She drafts and negotiates a variety of commercial contracts, including everything from terms and conditions and independent contractor agreements to technical software licenses and high-value procurement agreements.

For startups and emerging companies, Krulish also provides counsel on formation and company governance. In addition, she has experience with municipal and corporate finance transactions, serving as borrower, issuer, bond, disclosure and underwriter counsel to a number of clients across the country.

Krulish, who works in firm’s Denver office, is admitted to practice in Colorado. She earned her J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law as well as an M.S. in legal administration. Krulish earned her B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Northern Colorado.