When considering a merger, acquisition, or divestiture, significant responsibility rests with a company’s managers and board of directors. Much is at stake for the firms, employees, and shareholders or members involved. Minimizing and mitigating company risk is essential toward achieving a successful transaction and affecting a seamless transition.
Limited liability company Managers, limited and general partners, corporate executive officers, and members of the Board of Directors frequently engage outside services to assist in the merger and acquisition (“M&A” ...
Mergers and Acquisitions are often exciting and pivotal events in a company’s history, no matter which side of the equation your company is on.
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Mergers and acquisitions are becoming increasingly commonplace as a result of strategic transition planning. Each of these scenarios has a series of regulatory compliance considerations the business must face, whether on the breakaway path or on the merger and acquisition side.
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Corporate transactions categorized as Mergers & Acquisitions (“M&A”) generally include asset purchase agreements, mergers, reverse mergers, stock purchase agreements, share exchange agreements, consolidations, tender offers, and other transactions involving the combination of two or more companies. A transaction can fail to meet expectations when too much time is spent determining how much to pay for an acquisition and not enough thought given to how the deal will be financed. In this section, we’ll review various ways capital can be used to fund an acquisition and ...
This is when every paragraph, sentence, and word should be reviewed by experienced professionals to successfully draft contracts for the sale of companies. In most cases, the purchaser and their legal advisors are already at work preparing the first version of the purchase agreement.
Those involved in their first acquisition can be overwhelmed by the numerous complexities that must be addressed. The qualified team of merger and ...
Strong secular trends, supportive financial markets, and concerns surrounding unknown changes to upcoming tax legislation have fueled a surge of activity in the area of mergers and acquisitions (“M&A”). The trend is expected to continue as companies seek a competitive edge in a post-pandemic environment.
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- Support and Counsel to Boards of Directors, Board Committees and Executives
- Assembling the Right Legal Team for Your M&A
- The Regulatory Considerations for M&As and Transition Planning
- Financing, Capital, and Ownership Structures
- The Essentials of a Purchase and Sale Agreement
- What to Know About Your Mergers & Acquisitions Process
- Private Equity and Your Regulatory Compliance Counsel
- The Most Important Consideration When Starting a Business
- Starting Out: Mergers & Acquisitions – Term Sheets and Due Diligence
- Four P’s of the Breakaway and Transition Process
- Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
- Transition Services
- Investment Advisers
- Policies and Procedures
- Private Equity
- Private Funds
- Due Diligence
- Regulatory Examinations
- Social Media Marketing
- California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
- Aging Clients
- Advisers Act
- Virtual Currency
- Ponzi Scheme
- Dodd-Frank Act
- Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE)
- Securities Law
- Broker Protocol
- Form U5
- Hedge Funds
- Regulation Best Interest
- Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
- Government Shutdown
- Risk Alert
- Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)
- Investment Company Act
- Rule 6c
- Wells Fargo