Corporate, Securities/M&A

The Winstead Corporate, Securities/M&A Practice Group handles specialty contracting matters, including high dollar outsourcing agreements, cross-border transaction strategies, asset leasing and acquisition transactions. Our attorneys are the experienced and practical choice for public and private companies anticipating and preparing for mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures and corporate reorganizations.

With a strong presence in every major Texas market, we are known for handling the most complex work at competitive rates and work with clients across the U.S. and around the world. Winstead provides experienced legal counsel to all industry sectors, including energy, financial services, technology, light and heavy manufacturing, healthcare, chemicals, retail and hospitality. 

Focus Areas:

Snapshot of Corporate Strengths

With deep experience and business-sensitive rates, Winstead is the right choice for sophisticated corporate legal needs.  Our clients know and like us for our ability to handle all the details of:

  • Private and public company mergers and acquisitions
  • Public and private debt and equity offerings
  • In-bound and out-bound international and cross-border transactions
  • Asset purchases involved in reorganization and restructuring
  • Technology-focused deals involving licensing or joint venture arrangements
  • One-off transactions where value-oriented fees and staffing are critical
  • Risk management, best practices and effective corporate governance

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