Many of our clients start their new business by acquiring a pre-existing business. The acquisition of a ‘going concern’ business, whether through the purchase of individual assets or shares of a corporation, requires a considerable amount of research and investigation on the part of the purchaser. Failure to carefully consider all aspects of the deal and, in particular, to conduct adequate searches prior to completion can result in the acquisition of a business that is worth far less than the purchase price.
Whether entering or exiting a commercial venture or a contractual arrangement, Caldwell Martin Cox’s Commercial Law Team provide strategies for small to large business clients in these areas:
General Contracts and Agreements;
Buying or Selling a Business;
Buying or Selling a Franchise;
Partnership Agreements and Terminations;
Leasing of Commercial Premises;