Travel Acquisitions Group Names Counsel

The Travel Acquisitions Group (TAG) announced that veteran attorney Robert Brill has been named its general counsel. Brill joined TAG on January 21 and will report directly to TAG CEO Barry Liben. He will operate from TAG’s Eden Prairie, MN headquarters.

“We are not only pleased that Travel Acquisitions Group has been able to attract such a respected, high caliber attorney, but we’re confident that Bob Brill’s rich background provides him with enormous insights into our organization from day one,” stated Liben. “In turn, that will benefit TAG tremendously as we look toward further growth and acquisitions.”

As a graduate of Yale Law School, Brill brings over 30 years of legal expertise to Travel Acquisitions Group. Most recently, he served as general counsel for Minneapolis-based MotivAction, LLC. Brill previously served as vice president of law for Carlson Companies, Inc., the former parent company to TAG’s earlier incarnation as Carlson Leisure Group. Prior to Carlson, Brill served as counsel to General Mills and other clients via his own private practice.


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