Mergers & Acquisitions

Our M&A lawyers advise on complex transactions with a practical approach and a deep understanding of substantive legal matters and industry-specific issues.

Assisting Clients as They Face the Challenges of M&A

From smaller transactions to very complex matters, Hopkins & Carley’s M&A practice provides tailored advice and cost-effective representation.  Our attorneys are experienced in representing both buyers and sellers and related third parties in transactions that have ranged from a million dollars to hundreds of millions of dollars in a variety of industries, including the following:

  • eCommerce
  • Financial services
  • Food & beverage
  • Franchises
  • Healthcare
  • Life Sciences
  • Manufacturing
  • Professional services
  • Professional sports
  • Retail
  • Software and hardware
  • Technology

Comprehensive Services

Working seamlessly with our colleagues, we handle the corporate, tax, technology, employment, succession planning and securities law issues that often arise in complex purchase and sale transactions. 

  • Represented a California-based commercial construction firm in its $75 million purchase by a global construction management and general contracting provider.
  • Represented Colliers Parrish International, Inc., in an all cash reverse triangular merger with Colliers International WA, LLC (a subsidiary of Colliers International Group, Inc.). 
  • Represented Payment Processing, Inc. in its $420 million sale to Global Payments Inc.
  • Represented Manchester Pharmaceuticals LLC in its $62 million sale to Retrophin, Inc.
  • Represented individual owners of Air Systems, Inc., in connection with sale to EMCOR
  • Represented Applied Motion Products, Inc., in a $16 million stock sale to Shanghai Moons’ Electric, Ltd.
  • Represented San Jose Jet Center, Inc. and ACM Aviation, Inc. in their $163 million equity sale to Macquarie Infrastructure Company, an owner and operator of infrastructure businesses in the US.
  • Represented Glasforms, Inc., a leading manufacturer of glass and carbon fiber reinforced polymers and advanced composite products, in its $34 million sale to PolyOne Corporation, a public company and provider of specialized polymer materials, services and solutions.

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