Greenberg Glusker announced its According to a release, attorneys in the group closed deals for entities in branded consumer products, entertainment, food and beverage, manufacturing and distribution, and technology industries. Selected highlights of the deals include:
-Represented Ubisoft in connection with the acquisition of THQ Montreal and publishing rights for South Park
-Represented Rhythm and Hues in its negotiation and documentation of secured financing made by
-Represented Lime Energy in private placements of Series A and Series B Preferred Stock
-Represented Hope Road Merchandising in the sale of equity of Zion Rootswear to Bravado (a subsidiary of
-Represented Squabbler in a seed financing round
-Represented owners in sale of SOS Metals and Trans World Alloys to
"Greenberg Glusker ended 2013 on a high note steering some very big deals, and we're expecting to see more companies on the market in 2014 as the conditions become more favorable for business owners to sell," said
Weinstein points to the seven million baby boomers who own businesses, many of whom are finally in a position to push the button on an exit strategy so they can move on and enjoy their next act.
"These are people who have worked many years to build their company, and they don't want to go through another downturn," he said. "Now they want to reap the rewards of their hard work: travel, enjoy their second home, get a boat."
According to the U.S. Census, 36 percent of companies with employees are owned by baby boomers. There are more than 75 million baby boomers, and it is estimated by
In addition to Weinstein, corporate partners include:
The full-service offerings of the
Greenberg Glusker represents individuals and organizations ranging from startup ventures and middle-market companies to larger, public and privately held multinational corporations across a range of industries.
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Greenberg Glusker announced its
According to a release, attorneys in the group closed deals for entities in branded consumer products, entertainment, food and beverage, manufacturing and distribution, and technology industries. Selected highlights of the deals include: