Nicki Cerasoli

Senior Counsel

Nicki Cerasoli’s practice includes representing companies, executives and investors in a broad range of business transactions and corporate legal matters, including mergers and acquisitions, private securities offerings, secured transactions, corporate governance, complex partnerships, and entity formation. She has represented both public and private companies across a variety of business sectors and industries from inception to exit.

Before joining Linden Segal, Nicki’s practice focused heavily on sell-side M&A transactions as part of a boutique business law firm. Prior to that, she worked in the corporate and securities practice group of a large Denver law firm.


J.D., University of Colorado School of Law (2006)
Order of the Coif
Law Review – Articles Editor and Associate Member

B.A., English, Whittier College (1997)
Academic Distinction in the Major


Represented global beer company in corporate restructuring.

Represented purchaser in acquisition of modular building company.

Represented global payment services company in acquisition of loyalty solutions company.

Represented large national construction company in sale of multiple divisions.

Represented global beer company in procurement of multiple vendor contracts.

Represented acquirer of vertical transportation business.

Represented designer of premium table and chair linens in sale of business.

Represented financial services software company in sale of stock to strategic investor.

Represented acquirer of hand-made candy company.

Represented cloud services and technology provider in sale of its business to private equity-backed acquirer.

Represented hair removal studio in sale of franchise.


•  Co-AuthorMergers and Acquisitions (Chapter 15), The Practitioner’s Guide to Colorado Business Organizations (2010)

•  SpeakerSigning on the Dotted Line: What Every Colorado Employer Should Know About Hiring Independent Contractors, March 2007

•  Author, Comment, Appellate Review of a “Strong Basis in Evidence” in Public Contracting Cases, 77 U. Colo. L. Rev. 193 (2006)


Colorado and Denver Bar Associations