At Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP, our attorneys have represented clients in virtually every type of corporate and financial transaction. We strive to offer solutions for transaction-based planning cost-effectively and pragmatically, understanding that the primary objective of our clients is to “complete the deal.”
We recognize that joint ventures and strategic alliances are commonplace in today’s business environment – and when properly executed, these types of business arrangements can lead to multiple economic and financial benefits.
Our attorneys can help guide businesses through a variety of legal areas such as business structure and corporate governance, tax issues, real estate law, oil and mineral rights, intellectual property, labor and employment issues, competition, trade and antitrust issues and marketing strategies and distribution. The attorneys at Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP help our clients to be in the best position to realize their objectives when forming a joint venture or entering into a strategic alliance.
Whether the markets are up or down, whether the economy is expanding or contracting, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are an essential growth strategy for any company. At Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP, our experienced lawyers can help guide businesses through M&A transactions.
Our clients look to us for assistance with every aspect of a complex transaction, including financing, regulatory approval, due diligence, deal structure, tax analysis and planning and post-acquisition operations.
The planning and implementation of M&A transactions requires the coordination of a variety of legal skills. Our attorneys have assisted in transactions involving matters as small as the sale of a single car wash to matters as complex as leveraging buyouts in excess of a billion dollars.
Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP attorneys combine a commitment to exceptional service with good judgment, common sense and a practical approach to achieve results for our clients. We bring value to each transaction by not wasting time on obscure technical points or outrageous bargaining positions. We act quickly and effectively to help our clients negotiate the entire transaction rather than just advising on legal points.
Our clients receive the help they need to negotiate and structure transactions, prepare letters of intent, conduct due diligence investigations, structure financing arrangements and complete their transactions. Whether the buyer is a strategic acquirer or financial investor, or the seller is a first transaction entrepreneur or a deal-sophisticated business owner, we bring the necessary expertise to the table to get the deal done.
Every client works directly with an experienced partner who remains hands-on from start to finish. We have special expertise in serving emerging and growth-stage ventures, as well as established companies in the middle market. Unlike the mega-law firms that focus on billion-dollar deals and staff them with multiple lawyers, we understand our clients’ need for cost-effective, flexible service.
Our attorneys are experienced in closing a variety of different types of transactions, including:
A common implication of “reorganization” is that it is designed to address a situation of financial distress. Our view at Carlile Patchen & Murphy LLP is that such a perspective is overly narrow, and in most cases, inaccurate. As companies grow, they may face a time when they desire to or must undertake a reorganization transaction. The purpose of the reorganization can be to better position the company for any number of changing circumstances or to pursue new opportunities.
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