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Mergers and Acquisitions

Firm Advice Makes for Good Business

We are an entrepreneurial firm with a diverse clientele ranging from large public corporations to smaller, closely held businesses operating across many industrial sectors, including information technology, biotechnology, retail and manufacturing.

On their behalf, our attorneys have concluded a very large number of transactions over the years. They include companies making strategic acquisitions or dispositions, institutional buyers and owner-operators implementing exit strategies.

Our attorneys also have extensive experience in representing buyers and sellers in the auction/bid process method of sale.

We Make Our Clients’ Challenges Our Own

Because our attorneys have gained expertise in advising buyers and sellers of businesses in a diverse range of industries, we are actively involved in transaction negotiations of domestic, national or international scope. Our clients benefit from our ability to develop solutions, find compromises and assess the nature and importance of the risks inherent to each transaction.

Our Entire Team at Your Disposal

We are able to counsel and assist clients in the planning and execution of all aspects of M&A transactions. Our attorneys draw upon the firm’s versatility to address the tax, labour, intellectual property, licensing, technology, securities, environmental and other integral aspects of M&A work, and provide comprehensive due diligence investigations.

Anticipating Our Client’s Needs

By listening to our clients’ concerns, objectives and priorities, we take a pragmatic approach based on know-how, confidence and an ability to define key issues and develop practical solutions to the most challenging problems.

Key Services

  • Strategic alliances and joint ventures
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Business restructuring
  • Exit strategies
  • Purchase and sale of shares
  • Purchase and sale of assets
  • Due diligence reviews
  • Procurement of clearances necessary in foreign investing and competition matters