Successfully negotiating competing demands keeps client and purchaser happy

A client was approached by a large private equity group seeking to acquire my client’s business in a roll up.

As soon as we started negotiating, cracks began to appear. My client had specific post-sale requirements to be negotiated as part of the sale; while the buying group was steadfast in its approach and reluctant to change its processes.

I brought together all the moving parts to focus all parties’ attention on the key commercial and legal issues.

In the end, my client achieved its goals and desired outcomes. Sometimes it’s this ability to cut through the ‘noise’ surrounding transactions that clients find most valuable.

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