At Carrington Coleman, we understand that every client experiences M&A activity in a different manner. For some clients, it is a key component of their growth strategy, but for many, an M&A transaction is an isolated major company event such as an exit for a founder or the acquisition of key competitor. Our M&A experience is broad. We have represented clients of all sizes, public and private, and as a result, we are experienced in dealing with the standard M&A issues, such as earn-outs, escrows, indemnities, anti-trust, employment, tax, environmental, labor, etc., but our focus is always on achieving the specific objectives of our client. If our client intends to make multiple acquisitions, we look for ways to streamline our process and their internal process so that their transaction costs are reduced through efficiency. If our client is selling a business and retiring, we make sure that estate planning and wealth preservation concerns are considered in the transaction. If our client is buying one division of a larger business enterprise, we make sure that our client obtains all the assets and post-closing support necessary for that acquired division to operate properly with its new owner. By leanly staffing transactions with experienced attorneys, we offer quality, efficient, and customized M&A representation.