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The Lifecycle of a Deal From A-Z
The lifecycle of an M&A deal can vary depending on the type of transaction, but the stages are similar. In this seminar, McLane Middleton Corporate attorneys John Colucci, Jesse Angeley, and Ramey Sylvester will discuss the various stages of a transaction, things that you should know, and ways you can help move the transaction along smoothly. Topics include:
- Preparing your business for a sale
- Letter of intent
- Purchase Agreements
- Escrows and Indemnification
- Employment and Non-Competition Agreements
- Working Capital and Closing Statements
- Post-Closing Matters
Target Audience: Business buyers and sellers
Please note: Lunch will be served
John has a dual background as both an attorney and CPA. This unique skill set gives him a differentiating perspective and depth of understanding of the legal issues necessary for protecting a growing business, as well as the financial drivers of operating and sustaining a successful company. John’s ability to communicate complex legal and business issues clearly, concisely and simply is a hallmark of his work, as is his easy manner, yet no-nonsense style in effectively managing business and legal matters for his clients. John has extensive experience in all areas of commercial transactions and business operations, and practices in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, business law, and business succession planning.
Jesse regularly advises business clients on a wide array of issues, including stock and asset purchase and sale transactions, business succession planning, governance, entity formation, and contract drafting, review, and negotiation.
Ramey’s practice focuses on business and transactional matters for a wide range of clients, with a particular concentration in mergers & acquisitions, private equity transactions, private offerings, and corporate governance. In addition to her corporate work, she also represents clients in an array of business and family immigration matters including naturalization applications, H-1B petitions, employment based green card applications, special immigrant juvenile petitions, and I-9 enforcement actions.