Mergers & Acquisitions
M&A is one of the key practice areas at Thorsen Legal. If you are buying or selling a business, you need an experienced mergers and acquisitions lawyer. M&A involves the combination of two companies into one, and can take many forms. Whether you are considering a merger or acquisition, our attorneys can guide you through the process and protect your interests.
How We Can Help
At Thorsen Legal, we specialize in assisting businesses with the process of buying and selling a company. This includes preparing for an acquisition, negotiating and structuring deal terms, and closing the deal. We are particularly focused on serving small to middle market clients, many of whom are private companies.
Our acquisitions attorneys are skilled in strategic thinking, complex drafting, and negotiation. They are prepared to work long hours under intense pressure and are attentive to detail, skilled at multitasking, and able to delegate and manage effectively. Organizational skills and responsiveness are crucial in the M&A process, and our attorneys are committed to serving as the primary point of contact for our clients and their advisors throughout the deal.
A skilled M&A lawyer should have a working knowledge of finance, tax, employment, real estate, intellectual property, business, and commercial law. In some cases, it may be necessary to involve specialist attorneys to assist with more complex deals. Our M&A attorneys are responsible for managing these specialists and ensuring that their input is included in the transaction documents.
Overall, both mergers and acquisitions are complex transactions that require significant strategic business planning and legal due diligence. Our attorneys are involved in virtually every aspect of an M&A transaction, including initial deal planning and conception, and are dedicated to providing the legal support and guidance that businesses need to succeed.
Contact an M&A Attorney Today
If you’re new to Mergers & Acquisitions, and would like to learn more, contact us and we’d be happy to answer any questions you have.
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