Sandberg Phoenix & von Gontard has broad experience in various corporate transactions representing not only business purchasers and sellers, but also investors, joint ventures, private equity and capital funds, and institutional lenders. With our depth of experience, skills, resources, focus and expertise in various business sectors, we are uniquely suited to advise clients in mergers, strategic alliances, joint ventures, outsourcings, restructurings, and contracts.
Sandberg Phoenix handles the full range of transactions business owners and investors may encounter, from the purchase of a company’s first equipment or a short-term strategic alliance to multi-faceted stock and asset sales, capital investment arrangements and corporate reorganizations.
Our lawyers can assist in all aspects of acquisition and divestiture work, including planning and developing transaction strategies, evaluating transaction structures, conducting due diligence, negotiating financing, obtaining regulatory approvals, negotiating, documenting and closing transactions. Whether you are acquiring the stock or assets of an established business, selling a business or key assets, or restructuring your company’s ownership or management, we will guide and counsel you to obtain optimal tax and business consequences.
Sandberg Phoenix’s corporate transactions lawyers recognize that each transaction, however structured, requires a broad range of expertise, that is why they call upon dedicated lawyers in labor and employment, tax, trademark, real estate and other related practice areas as needed for each client’s transaction to provide an integrated and cost-effective approach. We welcome the expertise and advice of your accountants, tax experts and business consultants, and will collaborate with you and your advisors to address the various legal and financial issues encountered in acquisitions and divestitures. In short, our unified approach ensures that you have a single, cohesive team to respond to your legal and business needs, while keeping the transaction costs reasonable.