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Columbia, MD 21046

P. 410-290-0707

 

 

Baltimore, MD 21202

P. 410-962-1199

Mergers & Acquisitions Law

BTLG is Maryland mergers and acquisition lawyers who can provide legal assistance in your mergers and acquisition matter. We have substantial experience in small business transactions from $100,000 to $5,000,000 representing both buyers and sellers in various industries. 

Representative Transactions

  • Represented seller in acquisition of software technology assets for $3.5M
  • Negotiated sale of regional chemical distributor to top U.S. manufacturer for more than $2 million
  • Represented parties in the successful merger of existing entities creating medical equipment sales and service supplier at over $5M in annual sales
  • Represented buyer of government services provider with seller earn-out at $750,000
  • Represented buyer of liquor store where seller had negative equity and senior secured creditor
  • Several seller transactions for restaurateur selling successfully built establishments

 

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