Mergers & Acquisitions


Sherman & Howard Corporate & Transactional attorneys act as buy-side and sell-side counsel, representing clients ranging from new and emerging companies to seasoned multinational corporations, as well as investors, in domestic and international mergers, acquisitions, and dispositions.


The Sherman & Howard Difference

Among the top-tier firms for M&A work, Sherman & Howard excels at stock and asset purchases and sales, tax-free reorganizations, and leveraged buyouts involving both strategic and financial buyers. We pride ourselves of providing practical, strategic counsel at every stage of a transaction, from deal structuring through closing and post-closing integration. We go well beyond deal structuring, advising on and guiding clients through the financial, accounting, and regulatory implications of transactions on their current and future operations. Because our team regularly closes multimillion- and multibillion-dollar deals, we are up to minute on market trends, deal terms, and practices.

Clients especially appreciate our deep market insight, life-cycle support, and our ability to craft creative solutions to even the most difficult problems. Taking a big-picture perspective, we offer business savvy advice that serves both our clients’ immediate needs and their long-term goals.

Comprehensive, Integrated Guidance

M&A deals inevitably raise issues across several areas of the law. With that in mind, our Corporate & Transactional team works closely with colleagues throughout our firm, including members of our top-ranked Labor & Employment Group, and highly regarded Antitrust Counseling & Litigation, Finance, Tax, Employee Benefits, Executive Compensation, Real Estate, Environmental, and Litigation, Trials & Appeals Groups, to ensure seamless, effective, and efficient service that addresses every aspect of these deals.

Our Services

  • Public and private mergers, acquisitions, and dispositions
  • Joint ventures and strategic alliances
  • Leveraged buyouts
  • Noncontrolling investments
  • Recapitalizations, restructuring, and tax-free reorganizations
  • Distressed M&A
  • Spin-offs
  • Cross-border deals
  • Regulatory compliance including Hart-Scott-Rodino Act and CFIUS compliance and filings
  • Antitrust and anticompetition concerns
  • Post-closing M&A integration

Highlights

Sherman & Howard is both regionally and nationally recognized by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® Best Law Firms as a leader for Mergers & Acquisitions.

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