Mergers & Acquisitions
Mergers & Acquisitions
Mergers and Acquisitions of companies encompasses the entire transactional and ownership process from one entity to another. A business can choose to buy another business and operate under separate identities or they can merge and form one company.
WHY DO YOU NEED A COMMERCIAL LAWYER?
Brydens Lawyers have a history of involvement in transactions where our Commercial Team have assisted clients in structuring, negotiating and achieving the best deal for our client. Our Commercial Team can assist to reduce risks in merging a business or corporation and ensure you have informed advice before making decisions about your business or corporation.
WHAT WILL THE COMMERCIAL LAWYER ORGANISE FOR YOU?
Brydens Lawyers can assist to provide advice on acquisitions, mergers, joint ventures, reconstructions, takeovers and capital raisings. Our Commercial Team can assist to prepare sales of business or act for purchasers by undertaking due diligence, drafting terms of agreement, participating in negotiations and settling the agreement.
Brydens Lawyers can assist with:
- Business contracts and advice
- Drafting and negotiating sale/purchase documentation
- Due diligence investigations
- Business structuring and restricting advice
- Share acquisitions and disposals
- Intellectual property protection and transfers
- Employment law issues
- Managing ASIC, ACC and ASX requirements
WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSULT A COMMERCIAL LAWYER?
You should contact Brydens Lawyers if you are buying or selling a business, merging a business, entering into a joint venture agreement with another party or buying or selling shares in a company.
WHAT IS YOUR
Contact Brydens Lawyers to arrange a consultation to discuss your merger and acquisition matter.
WHY ARE BRYDENS LAWYERS THE RIGHT REPRESENTATION FOR YOU?
Brydens Lawyers are committed to all managing all commercial matters with a dedicated Commercial Team. In conjunction with the Commerical Team, Brydens Lawyers can leverage assistance from the Employment Law and Property Teams to ensure that you receive the best advice in relation to your merger and acquisition commercial matter.
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