Corporate law, mergers and acquisitions
Our Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions practice offers comprehensive legal services on the full spectrum of corporate transactions to leading multinational corporations, major commercial companies, ambitious domestic entrepreneurs and smaller visionaries.
We are a leading adviser to public and private companies on all types of domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions transactions, complex multi-jurisdictional corporate restructurings, change-of-control transactions including tender and exchange offers, going-private transactions, acquisitions and sales of subsidiaries, divisions and assets deals, joint ventures, strategic alliances, recapitalisations and liquidations.
We also provide ongoing advice on general company law matters and all corporate law issues that affect the day-to-day operation of business to clients’ in-house legal teams.
The scope of our practice area includes advising companies and their directors and officers regarding the entire range of corporate governance, fiduciary duties, compliance and director and officer liability issues.
We also advise creditors and financially troubled entities in relation to insolvency, bankruptcy and forced reorganisation proceedings.
Our team is consistently involved in a high volume of complex transactional engagements, which has allowed it to gain and maintain extensive experience and depth of skills in all important corporate law areas.
We advise our clients on international corporate and tax structures in a joint approach and in close collaboration with our colleagues from the Tax Law practice.
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