Exciting News!

As of April 1, 2023, Nexsen Pruet will merge with
Maynard Cooper & Gale. 

Together we are 

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We look forward to serving our clients from 23 offices and with 550 attorneys coast-to-coast.


Nexsen Pruet’s Mergers and Acquisitions Group brings a results-oriented philosophy to every client engagement. The lawyers in this practice have extensive experience in structuring complex and multi-faceted business transactions, drafting and negotiating comprehensive documents and handling the regulatory and logistical steps required to achieve closing.

We have represented sellers and buyers in acquisition transactions with almost equal frequency. We have handled transactions ranging from "mom-and-pop" retail outlets to large corporate enterprises that serve national and international markets.

We have represented clients in a broad range of industries, including:

  • Textiles
  • Heavy machinery manufacturing
  • Software companies
  • Drug companies
  • Service industries
  • Financial institutions
  • Healthcare organizations
  • Distribution
  • Agribusiness
  • Computer security
  • Business services
  • And others

These transactions have been structured as stock purchases, acquisitive mergers, tax-free reorganizations, and asset purchases. They have involved private companies as well as publicly held corporations.

Broad, deep knowledge

In addition to our extensive transactional experience, lawyers in the M&A Group are also able to draw on the full breadth and scope of Nexsen Pruet’s offerings. That includes attorneys in the corporate, tax, real estate, environmental, employment and labor, employee benefits, intellectual property, securities, finance, and litigation practices.

These resources significantly strengthen our representation, providing merger and acquisition clients with direct access to the depth and scope of legal experience necessary to achieve their goals





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    As we begin to come out of the pandemic and get back to business, business owners are considering what this means for the continuity and growth of their business. Before COVID-19, some business owners had hopes of selling their business this year, while others had plans to expand.

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