From corporate governance to financings to mergers and acquisitions, Klinedinst’s Corporate and Transactional group encompasses attorneys with a broad range of experiences in corporate and transactional matters. Our group regularly advises individual entrepreneurs and startup businesses to Fortune 1000 corporations, and everything in between. We use our extensive experience in all aspects of the corporate representation to deliver strategic business perspectives to our clients.
Our general corporate practice involves representing public and private companies at all stages of the business life cycle from corporate formation to corporate restructurings and dissolutions. We often assist our clients in private placements and secured financings in addition to providing advice and counsel on corporate governance issues and securities law compliance. Our team is skilled at drafting, reviewing and negotiating the vast array of commercial agreements that exist, including those that are unique and particular to certain industries. We work with our Employment Practice Group on matters involving employment agreements, incentive plans and other human resource issues. Our clients come from such industries as banking, construction, biomed and biotechnology, manufacturing, health care, real estate development, hospitality, food service, distribution, technology and finance.
Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
In the area of mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, we have an excellent track record of representing clients across all industries and of varying sizes. We work with regional, national and international clients in the public and private sectors in a full range of transactions which include mergers, stock and asset acquisitions and divestitures, tender offers, going-private transactions, reorganizations, roll-ups, cross-border acquisitions, joint ventures, leveraged buyouts and strategic alliances. Our attorneys have the depth of experience and versatility to assist any participant in an M&A transaction, including bidders, buyers, sellers, financial advisors, investment bankers, secured-lenders, note holders, creditors, shareholders, board members, investors, private equity firms and investment funds.