Services

03. Corporate Law, Financing and M&A

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We help further our clients' business objectives by providing practical, customized solutions in the areas of:



 

 

Business Formation

We help companies in corporate organization matters, including reorganizations, subsidiaries and more.

 

There is no "one-size-fits-all" approach to forming a business. We work hard to understand your business needs, identify and recommend the most advantageous business form and state for your company, and draft and file the agreements that you need to effectuate entity formation.  

M&A: Mergers & Acquisitions

We provide deal leadership related to a purchases, sales, mergers, acquisitions or other transactions.

 

Our Firm has successfully completed nearly $100M in acquisitions and sales over the years, in various industries such as accounting, medical practice, telehealth, and rehabilitative care. Select deals include: 

  • a $73M disposition of a disposable tableware manufacturing business

  • a $44M disposition of a manufacturer of product display solutions for the retail industry

  • a total of $1.5M in acquisitions of accounting practice assets

Financing

Temple Law uses its extensive experience to help our clients with corporate finance matters, including:​

  • Receiving a cash infusion from a new equity partner or investor

  • Securing a bank loan backed by your inventory or equipment

  • Looking to raise capital from family and friends for a new venture

  • Applying for Small Business Administration (SBA) Loans

We guide our clients from initial discussions on financing, to the initial term sheet, to cash in your account.

Joint Ventures

Temple Law provides comprehensive legal assistance with respect to the structuring and negotiation of equity and contractual joint ventures.

We assist our clients in considering the major negotiating points involving equity joint ventures, including:

  • Pre-formation issues

  • Financial obligations and capital requirements

  • Cash distribution provisions

  • Allocations of profits and losses and other tax matters

  • Intellectual Property ownership

  • Decision-making (governance and control) and deadlock resolution

  • Default remedies

  • Transfer restrictions and exit mechanisms

  • Venturers as vendors, customers and employees

 
 
 
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