Sorling attorneys represent large and small, privately and publicly held corporations, newly formed businesses, partnerships, joint ventures, and individuals on matters involving significant financial transactions. Clients served comprise the widest range of service and industrial entities. Sophisticated counseling is required with respect to these business transactions.
Firm attorneys are experienced and continually involved in the purchase, sale, and combination of businesses. Firm attorneys work in an interdisciplinary manner in the planning, negotiation and consummation of transactions. Sorling Northrup attorneys provide expertise in planning and structuring transactions, preparing necessary documentation, executing the client’s plan and achieving the appropriate goals and objectives for the client. Such transactions often require purchase and sale agreements, securities registration filings, real estate documents, and confidentiality agreements for sharing proprietary information — all services which the firm regularly provides.
Attorneys at the firm are also experienced in the restructuring of existing companies, including mergers, divestitures, liquidations, recapitalizations, spinoffs, and related changes.
Sorling Northrup attorneys counsel a diverse clientele with respect to private and public financing issues, including publicly and privately owned issuers as well as new business ventures. Attorneys provide counseling on every aspect of the private financing of businesses, including equity and debt offerings, bonds, limited partnership issuances, and syndications. Sorling Northrup attorneys also assist in preparing offering documents and other associated materials.
The planning and succession of family-owned businesses to other family members and the sale of such businesses is a specialty of the firm. Firm attorneys counsel family members, buyers, and sellers on every aspect of family business transactions. Included are services providing for necessary insurance and other trusts, wills, stockholder agreements and voting trusts, and buy-sell agreements.
Sorling Northrup attorneys who practice in this area include: