Key to any transaction is ensuring that you access the correct advice from the outset and instruct advisors who want to get your deal done. For expert legal advice for your business call our corporate law solicitors at Taylor&Emmet on 0114 218 4051 or contact us online.
Taylor&Emmet LLP’s reputation for its corporate finance work is growing fast. Our lawyers have won awards for their deal making abilities and are described as “helpful, courteous and efficient” by the Legal 500. Most importantly, they are focused on helping you achieve your objectives as quickly and painlessly as possible.
We understand that every transaction is of paramount importance to the strategic aims of our clients. The advice we give is tailored accordingly and the approach we adopt is pragmatic. Our aim is not to give you a lecture on the law, but to get your job done.
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Owner buyout of major motor dealership
Taylor&Emmet acted for the vendors of one of Sheffield’s main motor dealerships in successfully negotiating and finalising an innovative deal with a novel deal structure.
Sale of the entire issued share capital of a leading precision engineering company
Taylor&Emmet acted for the shareholders of one of Derbyshire’s leading precision engineering companies on their successful exit.
We acted for the vendors through a lengthy negotiation process which lasted more than eight months, with the deal being renegotiated and restructured on a number of occasions as a result of the changing requirements of the
Acquisition of the business and assets of a competitor business by a South Yorkshire based international manufacturer
Taylor&Emmet coordinated an in-depth due diligence exercise and complex negotiations relating to certain ongoing liabilities of the target business under tight time limitations, in order to bring the deal to a successful conclusion.
Sale of the entire issued share capital of a well known north east retailer
Taylor&Emmet acted for the shareholders of a well known retail company based in the north east of England in respect of the sale of the entire issued share capital of the company for approximately £1.5 million.
Commercial pressures meant that this deal was negotiated and concluded from start to finish in five days.
26 February 2021
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