MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS

A significant part of our Corporate Law practice involves representing buyers, sellers and third parties engaged in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, the purchase and sale of stock or assets and leveraged and management buyouts. Dawda Mann’s knowledgeable team of corporate law professionals have the skill and experience to represent business clients in these complicated transactional matters, while also providing guidance on day-to-day initiatives, in a manner that helps organizations meet their business goals.

Our Corporate Team has extensive experience dealing with

At Dawda Mann, understanding our clients’ needs, motivations and goals, is what drives us. We are
able to respond effectively to the needs of their businesses: Any matter, any transaction, any contractual
needs will be met with exceptional skill and attention to detail.

Kylie E. Bergmann

Senior Attorney

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Dana Kreis Glencer

Member

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Susan Kowal

Senior Attorney

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Christopher M. Mann

Member

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Christopher R. Martella

Member

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Alexander D. Masson

Associate

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Michael D. Mulcahy

Member

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James J. Vlasic

Of Counsel

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Robert A. Wright III

Member

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Bike Night, Twin Peaks and Franchise Agreements

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The recent violence at a Waco, Texas restaurant has called into question the rights and responsibilities of franchisees and franchisors. On May 15th, during a so-called “Bike Night” at the Waco Twin Peaks, an enormous [...]

Why Should We Care about Delaware?

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What’s the big deal with the state of Delaware? It’s the smallest state in the union, and it’s ranked #45 in population with under a million residents. But it’s oversize in importance to American businesses. [...]

Michigan Business Courts: A New Approach to Litigation

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Business litigation is changing in Michigan. Public Act 333 officially requires Michigan circuit courts that have three or more judges to establish specialized business court dockets. Those courts with less than three circuit judges may [...]

Don’t Let Your Drafting be Drafty

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In my experience most attorneys fancy themselves as capable, even good, writers. Sadly, in my experience, many of them are wrong (or, at least, they don’t have or don’t spend the time necessary for their [...]