Reverse acquisitions are an alternative means for a private company to go public. In a reverse acquisition, a private company acquires a controlling interest of a public company, usually a shell company with no operations, in exchange for the private company’s business. Upon the closing, the principals of the former private company assume control and management of the combined entity, which will be a publicly traded corporation. These acquisitions require careful and thorough due diligence and proper guidance of the transition from a private company to the regulatory environment of a public company.
Becker attorneys have years of experience in these transactions and can be relied upon to counsel all aspects of the transaction. We analyze whether the transaction is appropriate for our client, assist in the negotiation of the terms and draft and review all necessary documentation.