Practice Area: Mergers, Acquisitions, Business Buy-Ins, and Business SalesJeff Schick2019-10-24T14:28:27+00:00
Practice Overview: Mergers, Acquisitions, Business Buy-Ins, and Business Sales
As Your Business Grows, So Does Your Opportunity
We have the legal and e-Commerce knowledge to help guide you along your journey to success.
As your business grows, you may find that you are presented with increased opportunities. From companies wishing to purchase your intellectual property, to investors wishing to buy-in to or buy-out your company, we can help you navigate your unique situation. Our team can help guide you through Mergers with other e-Com businesses, acquiring competitors, Business Buy-Ins, and Business Sales.
When ecommerce or Amazon companies combine or engage in the acquisition of an organization, both companies are often best served by an efficient and smooth process. Whether your organization is making a business purchase, partnering with another company through a merger, buying into an existing business, selling shares in your business, or being acquired by a large company, your interests will be best served by knowledgeable and dependable attorneys.
Our business and corporate law attorneys offer guidance and counsel in:
Intellectual property and non-compete issues
We take the time to fully explore your situation to ensure that your company is insulated from potential consequences and well positioned to make the right decisions.
When You Decide to Grow, Merge, or Sell Your e-commerce Business, You Need an eCom Attorney
When you decide to sell your business or buy into an existing Amazon business, each party should have their own attorney. Hiring an attorney can help you ensure your interests are adequately protected and represented, and gives you the security of knowing that an attorney who deals with these issues frequently is using their experience and knowledge to help further your business goals. Nobody without a law license in good standing should give you advice about how to draft the legal documents necessary to sell or buy an e-commerce business: not only are they not qualified to help you, but in most states it is considered unlawful practice of law.
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