Mergers and Acquisitions

The lawyers in Culhane Meadows’ Mergers & Acquisitions practice have extensive experience advising our clients on and successfully completing complex and strategic transactions.

With an experienced team of attorneys, Culhane Meadows skillfully and efficiently guides its clients through their mergers and acquisitions to successful closings. We deliver responsive representation and practical advice at every stage of the process while always keeping in mind our clients’ larger goals for corporate growth and maximum economic benefit.

Our experience with mergers and acquisitions is deep and varied. We serve as outside counsel to publicly traded companies, handle major acquisitions and divestiture activity for hundreds of national and international businesses and represent buyers and sellers of local companies.

Our M&A lawyers have represented clients in a wide variety industries and provide our clients with an integrated, high-quality work product. We also provide our clients with efficient, cost-effective service regardless of the size of the deal.  Our highly integrated and skilled team, together with the investment we make to learn about our clients and their businesses enables us to complete lead M&A transactions efficiently while maintaining the highest quality legal product.

Our experience includes:

  • Advanced M&A planning
  • Asset sales and purchases
  • Joint ventures and strategic alliances
  • Private equity
  • Spin-offs
  • Stock sales and purchases
  • Tax planning and structuring

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