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Business Mergers and Acquisitions

Business mergers and acquisitions describe a situation where two businesses are pooling resources, or where a business is acquiring another business (usually for the purposes of business growth and expansion in a particular field).

Business mergers and acquisitions can often include a number of legal, financial and operational aspects that need to be taken into account, from pensions, tax, funding and liabilities to management and workforce issues.

At Rotheras we have a wealth of experience in advising business owners and corporate clients, on a wide range of business mergers and acquisitions, ranging from simple negotiations to complex transactions.

Why use Rotheras for your Business Mergers and Acquisitions transactions?

Our corporate team work with you to make sure the process runs smoothly, and you get the outcome you want in a timely manner.

We can work with buyers who are acquiring a company to minimise the risk of taking on unwanted liabilities or advise you of the risk so that you understand what you are getting into.

We can advise on all documents involved in your merger or acquisition, draft documents and review and negotiate agreements prepared by the other side’s solicitor.

We will liaise with our other departments where appropriate in order to address all your legal issues and further ensure a successful transaction.

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Posted 01/27/2020

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Corporate Services Team
Jason Waghorne

Jason Waghorne

j.waghorne@rotheras.co.uk

Jason specialises in all aspects of commercial law including company and business sales and purchases, commercial contracts, company secretarial, partnerships, shareholder rights and much more.

Billy Shaw

Billy Shaw

b.shaw@rotheras.co.uk

Billy advises businesses on a range of commercial and corporate issues and is happy to assist you with buying or selling businesses, corporate mergers and shareholder agreements

Millie Moreton

Millie Moreton

m.moreton@rotheras.co.uk

Millie Moreton is a paralegal in Rotheras commercial and dispute resolution departments and is based at our Lace Market office.

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