Jeremy Reidy counsels businesses in mergers, acquisitions and other corporate law matters. Jeremy embraces a legal project management framework designed to better enable the firm and his clients to plan, manage, facilitate and effectuate transactions. He remains committed to going beyond the closing of the business transaction and provide guidance regarding the integration and other transition issues.
Jeremy works with business owners on M&A transactions and other corporate and commercial matters with a focus on outlining clear communication channels for more effective collaboration, monitoring and coordination during the course of the transaction. He works with clients to create a framework for accountability, transparency, consistency and predictability. He also seeks to allocate resources efficiently and establish accurate budgeting, scheduling and periodic reporting at key intervals during the course of a project to avoid surprises.
In addition to his M&A practice, Jeremy counsels clients on the spectrum of business transactions and general business matters, including joint ventures, corporate finance transactions, restructurings, intellectual property licensing and corporate governance. He is dedicated to working with clients to help find innovative solutions to achieve their strategic objectives involving structuring acquisitions and other growth strategies. Jeremy also works closely and collaborates with his clients to meet their business objectives in a creative, efficient and cost-effective manner.
Jeremy is involved with clients from a range of industries, such as manufacturing, financial services, information systems, healthcare, construction and retail, to name a few. His approach to client service is focused on gaining a sound understanding of his clients’ businesses. He identifies global, legal, economic and political trends that may present challenges to and opportunities for his clients’ businesses. He strives to offer clients what they value most: high-caliber legal representation in the context of a relationship built on trust.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jeremy L. Reidy