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Mergers & acquisitions attorneys

As your legal partner throughout the process of a merger or large acquisition, whether you’re buying or selling, we’ll work with you to make a deal that serves your goals.

In the business world, there are few events more exciting and dramatic than mergers and large acquisitions. These transactions have far-reaching effects for companies and their stakeholders, from the CEO to the intern, shareholder to customer. It takes careful evaluation and planning to structure mergers and acquisitions that offer the greatest benefit to your company. That’s where Dozier Miller’s mergers and acquisitions team can help.

As your legal partner throughout the process of a merger or large acquisition, whether you’re buying or selling, we’ll work with you to make a deal that serves your goals.

From due diligence research and counseling as you consider a buy or sell, to legal filings and contract negotiations, we’re with you every step of the way. You can count on our experience and business savvy to achieve results.

Mergers and acquisitions are governed by federal and state law. Dozier Miller has represented clients — from successful entrepreneurs to multi-million dollar corporations — in federal, state and business courts. We’re well-versed in the laws that apply to these transactions and are respected among our peers for our approach to them. With a Dozier Miller mergers and acquisitions lawyer on your team, you can enter negotiations confident that your interests are being protected.


Businesses are constantly making transactions: buying and selling products, services and shares or partnerships in the company. It’s never-ending exchange. At Dozier Miller, we understand the intricate inner-workings of business transactions. As businesspeople ourselves, we appreciate the importance of protecting your rights and interests through every transaction.


We hear the word “corporation” all the time in business law, but what does it mean, legally, and how does the law handle it? A corporation is a legal entity that can act much like a person; it can enter into contracts, sue and be sued and carry out business transactions.


Workplaces can be stressful environments, especially when there’s tension between employer and employee. Employment law exists to protect employees’ rights and employers’ interests when legal disputes arise in the workplace.


Just as the law protects our ownership rights to our homes and possessions, it protects ownership of intellectual property: designs, inventions, creative works. For businesses, protecting intellectual property means ensuring value.


There’s nothing like tedious paperwork to take the excitement out of launching a new business. Mounting questions and research about the proper legal steps can slow your momentum if you don’t have a clear understanding of the formation process.


Contracts exist to protect the rights and interests of individuals and businesses on both sides of a transaction. Contracts are legally binding, so if either side breaks the contract by failing to provide specified goods or services, or failing to meet certain conditions of the contract, the other party can file a legal complaint.


We know that early prevention of litigation is usually the most cost-effective way to for a business to operate, but if your business is facing a lawsuit or legal action, you can count on Dozier Miller to be tenacious in representing and guarding your interests.


At the most basic level, a non-compete agreement is a contract in which the employee/contractor agrees to avoid actions that could damage the employer’s business. But there’s more to it than that.

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