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Mergers & Acquisitions

Problem solvers. Efficient. Experienced. When you need to get a deal done, turn to Maslon, recognized by Chambers USA as a "Leading Minnesota Firm" for mergers & acquisitions (2018-2021). Buyers and sellers, public companies, and family businesses, as well as management groups and shareholders, rely on us for cost-effective counsel across a full spectrum of M&A services.

We offer tailored advice, crafted by a dedicated legal team assembled especially for your matter with relevant expertise in all aspects of your transaction, including the latest M&A trends, corporate, tax, benefits, IP issues, employment/labor, real estate and environmental. From billion-dollar mergers to small, private acquisitions—with particular experience in middle-market M&A—we will guide you through the transaction. You'll get sophisticated, creative and personalized service aimed at overcoming obstacles, with deep knowledge across industries—technology, manufacturing, service, energy, and retail—that enables us to get up to speed and assist at a moment's notice. We provide advice on a broad range of M&A matters, including:

  • Asset and stock transactions
  • Mergers
  • Reverse mergers utilizing a public "shell"
  • Divestitures and spinoffs of business divisions or subsidiaries
  • Tax-free reorganizations
  • Management and leveraged buyouts
  • Friendly and hostile takeovers
  • Joint ventures
  • Going-private transactions

COVID-19: A Business Owner's Survival GuideM&A After COVID-19 (29:00), Presented by Terri Krivosha

To view the full program presented by the Exit Planning Institute, go to: COVID-19 Business Owner's Survival Guide: Planning and M&A After COVID-19.

To learn about our recent M&A successes and how we can help you close the deal, contact one of our attorneys.


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