Mergers & Acquisitions


Few matters are more complex and have greater importance to our business clients than mergers and acquisitions. Antheil Maslow & MacMinn attorneys are experienced in developing and implementing creative strategies to position our clients, helping to maximize value whether they are a buyer, a seller, a lender, or an intermediary.

Regardless of a company's size or industry, market fluctuations or shifting economic conditions, businesses evolve. Working closely with firms of all sizes, from small entrepreneurial companies to mature businesses in the Greater Philadelphia area including Bucks County and Montgomery County, our Business & Finance Practice Group regularly provides legal skills and counsel in planning, structuring, negotiating, and consummating a varied range of relationships and transactions including:

  • Exit Strategy
  • Purchase Candidate Profiling
  • Go/No Go Assessment
  • Deal Negotiations and Tax Structuring
  • Post-Merger Integration



Following are examples of client purchases and sales of assets, mergers and acquisitions:


1. Sale of printing company $54,000,000
2. Sale/acquisition of specialty manufacturer $24,000,000
3. Sale of a clinical research service provider $21,000,000 plus additional $11,000,000 potential earn out
4. Sale of non-profit hospital $15,250,000
5. Sale of 51% of travel company stock in 2 tranches $6,500,000
6. Sale of electrical switch manufacturer $6,000,000 plus additional $3,000,000 potential earn out 
7. Sale of designer, manufacturer, and distributor of air movement and filtration products $5,950,000 
8. Sale of environmental consulting company $5,500,000
9. Sale of manufacturer of eye care products $5,000,000
10. Sale of building supplies business $5,000,000
11. Sale of validation services and regulatory and scientific consulting services $4,600,000 plus earn out of 12% of net sales over target for 3 years, not to exceed $6,000,000 in earn out.
12. Acquisition of electrical equipment manufacturer $3,000,000
13. Sale of electronic equipment manufacturer $2,500,000
14. Sale of 100% of company stock in a computer consulting company $2,100,000
15. ESOP Transaction in 3 tranchesfor a consulting engineering company Approximately $2,000,000