Advocating For You Throughout Mergers And Acquisitions
Mergers and acquisitions can be the perfect strategic step to expand and strengthen your business. However, just as M&As have the potential to launch your company to the next level, they also have the potential to damage operations and profits permanently if not handled properly.
At Murrah & Killough, PLLC, we use our extensive business law knowledge to guide clients through every aspect of a merger and acquisition. We have a strong handle on protecting our clients’ best interests in an M&A. Led by attorneys who have direct experience serving as in-house counsel to private corporations, we take pride in providing the value of in-house counsel at a fraction of the cost.
Just a few of the myriad issues that we handle relating to mergers and acquisitions include:
- Business planning strategies
- Due diligence
- Valuation of purchase price
- Purchase and sale agreements
- Terms and conditions
- Intellectual property
- Commercial real estate transactions and development
We have the arsenal of tools to help your merger or acquisition go smoothly. With our successful records in both alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and litigation, we will also have your back if a dispute arises.
Roots In Texas With A Worldwide Reach
In addition to representing Texas-based clients, we also work with clients throughout the United States and Mexico. Suppose your company is not locally based, and you are considering a merger or acquisition with a company based in Texas. In that case, we can assist you in complying with local and state regulations. We also work with local clients who are conducting business with out-of-state companies.
Begin The First Steps Of Your M&A
Speak with the attorneys at Murrah & Killough, PLLC, for an in-depth discussion on how to initiate or assist with your merger and acquisition. Contact one of our convenient office locations in Houston or Monterrey, Mexico, to schedule an initial consultation. You can reach us by phone at 281-975-5879 or reach us via email.