We are proud to provide our experienced and knowledgeable legal services in matters concerning transaction law. Our goal is to assist in the closing of your transaction in a timely manner. We have unique experience within transaction law as we have represented both the seller and the purchaser in amicable and distressed situations.
We are able to assist with memorandums of understanding, due diligence, and closings. Whether it is a real estate acquisition, a stock or asset purchase, or a complete merger, we understand the importance of handling the transaction in a timely and thorough manner.
Our goal is to get your deal across the finish line as soon as possible. A few of the areas of transaction law that we specialize in include, but are not limited to:
Mergers and Acquisitions
Mergers and Acquisitions refers to the business strategy of either combining, buying, or selling entities in order to benefit a company within a certain industry.
A Memorandum documents the terms of an agreement in order to protect the parties entering into a transaction and forming a contract.
A Non-Compete Agreement restrains one party from directly competing with another party. Often, Non-Compete Agreements involve a company considering the possibility that a recently terminated employee may use their knowledge of the previous employer to his or her competitive advantage.
A Confidentiality Agreement is a binding contract between two parties that outlines the information or knowledge that, once disclosed to the contracting party, should be kept private from a third party.
Due Diligence involves the process of evaluating the assets of a party, whether it be in the case of a potential acquisition or a voluntary investigation occurring before the signing of a general business contract. In an area where careful and thorough work is critical to success, Watson Legal Group has extensive experience with the elements of conducting a Due Diligence request.
Auction Sales / Distress Sales
Watson Legal Group has handled cases involving Auction Sales and Distress Sales whereby a business entity or property is offered up for bid and sold to the highest bidder.