- This firm is representing the sellers of shares of their wholesale distributor of OEM parts to major transportation companies.
- This firm is representing a fish and seafood wholesaler in its acquisition of a renowned competitor in New York.
- This firm represented a SAAS technology company in connection with its sale to a nationally-recognized PE fund subsidiary/operating company.
- This firm represented a minority shareholder in the sale of shares in a natural supplements business to an overseas-based investor.
- This firm represented a life and health insurance plans provider in its acquisition of a competitor in New York in 2021.
- This firm represented a plastics manufacturing business in its acquisition of a competitor in Pennsylvania.
- This firm represent a healthcare consulting business in the sale of substantially all its assets to a large healthcare provider’s subsidiary and resulting Joint Venture venture with the seller-business.
- This firm represented a workplace benefits and retirement plan consulting business that sold substantially all its assets to a non-NY based private-equity owned business seeking to expand and establish a NYC presence. The deal closed within three months after this firm was engaged because we worked tirelessly, after business hours and on weekends, to ensure the deal closed as planned.
- This firm represented a renowned CPA accounting firm in a complicated two-stage transaction where a certain percentage of the seller’s business was sold in Stage 1 of the transaction and the balance of the seller’s business is to be sold in Stage 2 of the transaction. The overall deal required meticulous detail in writing and planning the myriad issues that are not applicable in the standard one-stage full-business sale transactions.
- This firm represented a life and health insurance plans provider in its acquisition of a competitor in Florida.
- This firm represented a construction business in a complicated partial sale to (and concurrent partnership with) a Texas-based private equity firm, which sale was partially financed by senior bank debt.