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Preparing for a Successful Transaction: What You Need to Know

Date: October 4, 2023 Time: 8:00 am - 9:30 am


Cost: This event is being offered as a free education session.

Location 320 Corporate Dr
Portsmouth, NH 03801 United States
In this seminar, McLane Middleton attorneys Tony Delyani and Patrick Collins will discuss critically important pre-transaction considerations for owners/managers. Attendees will walk away with best practices for preparing for a business transaction, an understanding of the importance of coordinating personal and corporate planning. McLane Middleton’s legal experts will walk through the effective use of valuable planning vehicles (e.g. due diligence, estate planning) and how to prepare your business to both optimize value in a sale as well as mitigate the risk of a failed transaction. This seminar is designed to provide a powerful roadmap for a successful, long-term business transition.


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Tony Delyani
Director, McLane Middleton

Tony’s practice focuses on all aspects of business law, including mergers and acquisitions, entity selection and formation, liquidations, financing, taxation, intellectual property, transition planning, and equity-based compensation planning. He works closely with the tax department, employment law practice group, and intellectual property group to service corporate clients.

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Patrick Collins
Director, McLane Middleton

Patrick is a Director in the firm’s Trusts and Estates Department. He focuses on wealth transfer, philanthropic and business succession planning for family offices and high-net worth individuals, including private equity and venture capital principals, real estate developers, private and public company executives, tech entrepreneurs and business owners. Patrick has extensive experience with advanced aspects of New Hampshire’s favorable trust laws, including the formation and administration of private trust companies, private non-charitable and charitable foundations, asset protection trusts, directed trusts, purpose trusts, dynasty trusts, and quiet trusts, as well as advising trustees on the use of decantings, non-judicial settlement agreements, and trustee modifications.