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Practicing Attorneys: Patrick J. Hagan, William F. Murphy, J. Cross Creason,Tyrrell M. Prosser

Business Organization & Transactions

Our Business Organization and Transaction attorneys provide private general counsel and discrete transaction services through all stages of a business' development, including startup, emergence, growth, maturity and dissolution.

From diversified multinational publicly traded companies, to cutting-edge technology companies, to neighborhood brick and mortar companies, our attorneys understand business and the business issues that drive our client’s transaction.

D & M attorneys  represent a wide range of public, private, and nonprofit companies doing business in the United States and abroad, including, Canada, Latin America, Europe and Asia, with a particular emphasis on China, Japan and the Philippines.

Our areas of experience and expertise include:

  • Commercial real estate acquisition, financing, leasing, and subleasing.
  • Commercial transactions.
  • Consulting and professional services.
  • Divestitures and liquidity events, including, mergers, acquisitions, bulk-sales, earn-outs, buy-outs, succession transfers, and wind-ups and dissolutions.
  • Entity selection, structuring, control, governance, reorganizations, and exit strategy planning.
  • Equity participation incentive rights, including, qualified and non-qualified stock options, stock appreciation rights, restricted stock participation rights, and stock bonus awards.
  • Executive employee and independent contractor formations and severances.
  • Finance, including, private securities offerings, angel and institutional venture capital, commercial and private secured and unsecured lending, and letters of credit.
  • Fleet acquisition, leasing, and subleasing of intermodal transportation equipment, including, railcars, over-the-road trailers, and containers.
  • Intellectual property acquisition, development, licensing, distribution, transfer, and divestitures.
  • Manufacturing and distribution channels, including, OEM, distributor, reseller, and sales representative networks.
  • Nonprofit public benefit, mutual benefit, and religious corporations, including development and implementation of Carver Policy Governance Model.
  • Strategic growth opportunities, including joint research and development programs, joint ventures, asset acquisitions, mergers, and business acquisitions.