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All good things must come to an end. For a successful corporation or limited liability company, that end often takes the form of a merger or acquisition. Like other significant corporate transactions, a merger or acquisition can take many forms, from stock sale to asset sale, from a reverse triangular merger, to something of the more plain vanilla variety.
Whether you are on the buying or selling side, a merger or acquisition will be a significant transaction for your company, with many things to consider. What should the sales price be? Should the company be sold in its entirety or the assets broken off and sold separately? How will the current owners be paid? What of the current employees? Should any portion of the price be based on future performance? And what should happen if the company underperforms? What if there's an issue with the assets being conveyed? With contractual obligations owed by the company to a third party?
Fortunately, the attorneys at Hoeg Law have handled a multitude of mergers and acquisitions from term sheet to definitive documents, and everything in between. Whether you are seeking to sell your business and move on to greener pastures, or are looking to acquire someone else to continue your company's upward expansion, give us a call. We can help.