Specializing in Business Law, Cross-Border Investments & Global Mobility Matters.
MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
Our M&A Practice Group counsels businesses and individuals on different forms of business acquisitions through mergers or the purchase of assets or shares.
Our legal services range from preparing a company for a possible sale over confidentiality agreements, term sheets, the preparation of all related transactional documents and required regulatory filings.
Our attorneys have experience in many different industries and are familiar with the special challenges posed by acquisitions of US target companies by foreign investors and the acquisition of companies with foreign subsidiaries.
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Our Foreign Direct Investment Practice Group advises companies that are pursuing a growth strategy in the United States through greenfield investments.
As part of our services we manage all legal aspects of a FDI from site selection, negotiations with state and local governments, the acquisition of real estate and the construction of manufacturing facilities.
These services tie in seamlessly with our corporate law practice and the formation of subsidiaries, management and corporate governance matters.
Our Corporate Practice Group advises entrepreneurs, shareholders and executives on corporate matters ranging from the formation of legal entities over corporate finance matters to shareholder disputes and corporate governance matters.
As part of our legal services, we advise clients on employment and executive compensation matters as well as IP and licensing matters.
Our Global Mobility Practice Group counsels clients on immigrant and non-immigrant visas with a focus on investment and highly skilled visa categories. We also assist on family based immigration matters as well as citizenship, naturalization and citizenship renunciation matters.
In addition to US immigration laws, our team provides legal services with regards to residencies, visas and citizenship matters in European countries with a focus on Switzerland, Germany and Austria.
Our law firm was initially founded to serve the legal needs of manufacturing companies. Our legal services cover all aspects of supply chain management ranging from agreements with customers, suppliers and distributors to export matters.
We are experienced in wide range of industries with a focus on electronics manufacturing, aerospace, defense, telecom, IT to medical equipment.
Our firm counsels clients on a wide range of regulatory matters resulting from investments in the United States by foreign companies, the sale of products in the United States and contracts with government agencies. Our services include compliance issues related to the purchase of U.S. businesses (such as CFIUS proceedings and FOCI mitigation plans), export control matters (ITAR and EAR) and product liability matters.
Our law firm is committed to excellence, integrity and reliability in every step of our relationship with our clients. We listen closely to our clients to respond to their legal needs and keep them informed at every step of the way.
HAUSWIESNER LAW GROUP was founded by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. We understand that thriving businesses are the foundation of every successful country. We therefore view the relationship with our clients as a lifetime connection that will go beyond a single transaction or client matter. We advise entrepreneurs, executives and shareholders during all stages of their business endeavor. From the first term sheet for a new business, greenfield investments, supply chain management, to the acquisition of other businesses or sale of their own businesses.
HAUSWIESNER LAW GROUP takes pride in not only guiding our clients through complicated legal challenges but to develop relationships that are reflecting our core values: From the first contact with our law firm to the successful closing of a business transaction, we will keep you informed of the status of your client matter and provide a realistic analysis of a planned business transaction that takes into consideration a costs and benefits analysis.