M&A and corporate law

Our Mergers & Acquisitions team has been involved in a large number of acquisition and divestment projects in businesses and companies, at all stages:

• Drafting and negotiation of confidentiality agreements, term sheets and memoranda of understanding, preparatory work of an acquisition or sale.
• Intervention in the preparation and negotiation of offer letters, both binding and non-binding.
• Legal review of businesses and companies (Legal Due Diligence).
• Preparation and negotiation of purchase and sale agreements and investment and partnership agreements.

Our professionals in the M&A and private equity practice provide comprehensive and tailor-made solutions to our clients in the different fields of business activity, in order to optimise the purchase and sale processes in which we intervene.

In many cases, our team, in collaboration with other advisors (corporate finance, auditors, etc.), is responsible for the design, structuring and execution of structured divestment projects in companies and businesses, both in the preparatory acts (reorganisation prior to the sale, restructuring of financing, spin-off of non-core assets, vendors due diligence, etc.) and in the subsequent execution (negotiation with the various parties interested in the acquisition, identification of the best offers, etc.).

Part of our team specialises in the private equity and venture capital industry, advising sponsors, funds and management companies, and their portfolio companies, on all types of acquisitions, divestments, build-ups and spin-offs, investment and divestment agreements, exits, recaps, etc.

In close collaboration with other professionals of the firm (Industrial and Intellectual Property, Digital and New Technologies, etc.), our team specialising in private equity offers tailor-made solutions to our clients, perfectly adapted to the size and evolutionary stage of the projects, covering very sensitive aspects of these projects such as the protection of intangible assets, the assignment of intellectual and industrial property rights by employees, founders and other collaborators; privacy and data issues; regulation of new phenomena and disruptive technologies (robotisation, big data, tokenisation, blockchain, 5G, etc.).