Purchase or Sale of Business/Assets


It is important that any business involved in a large transaction has trusted counselors to provide advice on rights, liabilities, and potential problems that can develop later. These transactions can take many forms including the sale of an entire company or any of its divisions, assets, or membership interests, merging with another company, or acquiring another entity. Tomlinson & Shapiro, P.C. has substantial experience handling these complex business transactions. Our attorneys can assist in due diligence, researching assets and debts, drafting of contracts, compliance with regulations, and ensuring that no issues are overlooked so that the resulting agreement is beneficial to the seller and the buyer.

In addition, because Tomlinson & Shapiro, P.C. regularly handles complex business litigation issues arising from these types of transactions, we can offer truly comprehensive advice when drafting and reviewing the necessary documents to help protect a business from any future litigation. If you need help with the purchase or sale of a business, we invite you to call our Chicago office at 312.715.8770 to make an appointment for a complimentary consultation.


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Michael Shapiro
(312) 715-8770