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CANADA LAWYER - MERGER ACQUISITION
selling or expanding a business in Canada is a major financial
undertaking, requiring adept legal counsel and an effective strategy to
achieve optimal results.
Gaining a solid market presence can be achieved by a number of methods,
one of the more significant being the acquisition or merger of an
existing Canadian corporation. For when purchasing an operating Canadian
company, it is possible to accelerate one's incursion into the Canadian
market place, as it enables your non-Canadian parent operations to gain
an established and functional operation that is capable of being your
beachhead for making Canada a highly profitable business venture.
When you are looking to undertake a business merger, acquisition or
divestiture in Canada, experience is critical. Business
acquisitions and divestitures create significant exposure to your
finances, work-time and future success. For this very reason, you
should be retaining legal counsel experienced and knowledgeable in such
transactions, which can become increasingly complicated and/or highly
Knowledge and experience are essential as they not only provide for a
smoother and more cost-efficient solution, they can provide important
commercial insights that enable you to realize a greater return on your
transaction (or conversely avoid unnecessarily giving up something at
the bargaining table).
when your business needs legal counsel for its Canadian-based business
ventures, contact us via email at
or by phone at (001) 416-887-9702 (Toronto, Ontario) or (001)
403-400-4092 (Calgary, Alberta).
Canadian Business Lawyer
Neufeld is a corporate
commercial solicitor admitted
to practice law in both Alberta and Ontario (Canada) and New York (U.S.A.),
with our principal offices situated at 144 - 4th Avenue SW, Ste. 1600,
Calgary, Alberta and 1 Yonge Street, Ste. 1801, Toronto, Ontario.
Please be advised that the information contained in this website is
strictly for informational and marketing purposes, and given the
specificity of each legal matter, that generalities should never be
relied upon. Instead, you should be retaining the legal service of a
licensed lawyer to deal with the particulars of your legal matter, which
can be incredibly important in matters involving foreign jurisdictions,
i.e. England, Scotland, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, India or
elsewhere in the world to Canada. Furthermore,
contacting us does not create solicitor-client privilege, which only
arising when we have confirmed in writing that our law firm has been
legally retained by your company.