Corporate Law & Securities Law
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Corporate & Securities

Sprouse Shrader Smith’s Corporate Law & Securities Practice Group takes the idea of a traditional Mergers & Acquisitions practice, and incorporates it with all aspects of transactional law, from the start of any transaction or process to completion, including negotiating and drafting of contracts, tax structure, and all associated documentation. We’re a full-service, economically competitive firm, with a variety of practices we can draw on as we negotiate and consummate transactions for our clients.

Our securities work focuses primarily on private offerings and encompasses everything from energy, livestock real property, deeds of trust and syndication. We possess the ability to work on transactions of any size, large or small, and have worked on numerous multi-million dollar transactions, including representing various independent energy projects, including wind, gas, waste-to-energy, geothermal and solar projects, among others. Our experienced attorneys are able to commence work on projects promptly and see them through to fruition, getting transactions done and over the finish line in an efficient, cost-effective manner. We take a comprehensive approach and are able to execute projects from letters of intent, to obtaining financing, to negotiating with suppliers, to negotiating purchase agreements – including developing all administrative contracts, construction contracts, and management contracts.

Our Corporate & Securities practice attorneys can offer you assistance with:

  • Private Placements of Securities
  • Public Offerings
  • SEC Compliance
  • Financing and Development
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Formation of LPs, LLCs, and Other Special Purpose Entities
  • Construction
  • Operation and Maintenance
  • Equipment Purchase and Maintenance
  • Interconnection
  • Transmission
  • Acquisition and Leasing
  • Credit Arrangements
  • Non-recourse Project Finance Documentation