CBB Law assists Italian and foreign clients on all matters of corporate law, starting from the incorporation of the company, to the regulation of corporate relationships between shareholders and the choice of the most appropriate governance models, as well as the preparation of and participation in meetings of corporate bodies and counselling in the stages of winding-up, liquidation and cancellation.
In particular, we advise shareholders, directors and statutory auditors, also in court proceedings. Our professionals support corporate bodies and any appointed internal committees in the coordination of various compliance issues, collaborating on the drafting of reports, policies and procedures of listed and non-listed companies, including and specifically with respect to the adequacy of organizational, administrative and accounting structures in relation to the prevention and management of business crisis and insolvency.
CBB Law’s lawyers have held and hold offices as independent directors within the board of directors of companies active in an array of industries, contributing their extensive experience.
CBB Law regularly assists companies, shareholders and corporate bodies in all stages of the various types of extraordinary transactions (mergers, demergers, conversions and contributions in kind, as well as all kinds of transactions of corporate capital) and in the sale and purchase of shares or quotas as well as the transfer of businesses and/or ongoing business concerns, and with reference to all forms of joint venture agreements, including cross-border transactions.
In particular, CBB Law has consolidated experience in acquisition and investment processes. We provide assistance to investment funds and industrial groups in the negotiation and drafting of contractual documentation aimed at regulating the relevant transactions, from the initial phase to the closing (NDAs, expressions of interest, termsheets, letters of intent, preliminary agreements, escrow agreements, option agreements, shareholders’ agreements, management agreements, non-competition agreements and any other ancillary contract), as well as, if applicable, in the possible disinvestment and exit phase.