Mergers & Acquisitions
- A team of Enterprise Law Group ("ELG") attorneys, simultaneously closed the following three transactions for an ELG client: (i) investment of $2.3 million of subordinated debt into ELG's client; (ii) acquisition by ELG's client of a majority interest in a web-based seller of camping equipment and other outdoor gear, with aggregate consideration of approximately $8.0 million; and (iii) amendment of the client's existing revolver with its senior lender, providing up to $14.0 million of credit availability.
- ELG represented a leading ecommerce company in an organizational restructuring and a $10.0 million venture capital co-investment by private equity funds.
- ELG represented a large Japanese manufacturing company in an internal reorganization of certain business units, including a plant closure and merger of an IL corporation into an IL limited liability company.
- ELG represented the acquirer of a controlling interest in a Texas-based toll processor of steel coils.
- ELG represented the owner of a bank drive-up cleaning services company in the sale of the assets of the business to a vendor.
- ELG represented a healthcare concern in the sale of a medical products subsidiary in San Antonio, Texas for approximately $3.0 million to a Korean company.
- ELG handled the sale of the assets of an audiovisual technology software distribution business.
- ELG represented the acquirer of a medical distribution company in Mexico for approximately $4.0 million.
- ELG provided representation in the acquisition of 100% of the shares of a privately-held software company, offering operating solutions to colleges and universities.
- ELG was listed in the league tables of the Merger Market (NY), for its representation of Omron Management Center of America, Inc., in connection with its agreement to acquire the Safety Products Group of Scientific Technologies Incorporated (NASDAQ: "STIZ") for over $100 million.
- ELG represented the shareholders of one of the largest independent U.S. distributors of refined fuels to commercial and industrial users in the sale of their business for approximately $27.0 million.