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Woods Fuller, Mergers and Acquisitions
The decision to acquire a company, merge with another company, sell or reorganize a business is difficult and remarkably complex. The array of personal, economic, financial, tax and legal considerations is daunting. Woods Fuller can guide clients through the process.
We employ a team approach to mergers and acquisitions. Our tax attorneys analyze and recommend the best way to structure a merger or acquisition to avoid or minimize tax consequences. Our business transaction and business organization attorneys establish the contractual framework necessary to protect clients from unexpected liability. Our securities attorneys assure compliance with state and federal securities laws. Our banking and finance attorneys assist with the requirements of lenders. The diverse areas of specialization and experience of our attorneys bring about a smooth and successful completion of the transaction.
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