The lawyers in Arendt's corporate law, mergers and acquisitions practice offer comprehensive legal services covering the full spectrum of corporate transactions to clients including multinational corporations, major commercial companies, ambitious domestic entrepreneurs and visionary start-ups.

Our mergers and acquisitions lawyers provide legal services to public and private companies on:

  • Domestic and cross-border merger and acquisition transactions
  • Complex multi-jurisdictional corporate restructuring
  • Change of control transactions, including tender and exchange offers
  • Fundraising
  • Acquisition, sale or reorganisation of subsidiaries
  • Division and asset deals
  • Joint ventures
  • Strategic alliances
  • Recapitalisations and liquidations

The corporate lawyers also provide ongoing advice to clients’ in-house legal teams on general company law matters and all corporate law issues affecting day-to-day operations.

Our corporate and mergers and acquisitions lawyers additionally advise companies, their directors and executives regarding all corporate governance, fiduciary duty, compliance, and director and officer liability issues.

We also advise creditors and financially-distressed entities on insolvency, bankruptcy and forced reorganisation proceedings.

Our lawyers are constantly involved in a large number of complex transactions, enabling them to develop and maintain extensive experience and deep skills in all important corporate law areas.

They work closely in cross-expert teams with the firm's regulatory, tax and new tech colleagues.

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