General counsel to businesses for more than thirty years, representing business owners from inception to exit, focusing on mergers and acquisitions, structuring ownership agreements and employee compensation plans.
Mr. Solomon is a frequent author and lecturer on issues relating to mergers and acquisitions.
- Earned Certified Public Accountant license, 1984
- American Cancer Society, Baltimore City Unit - Board Member of the Year, 1989-1990
- Liberty Road Recreation and Parks Council - Volunteer of the Year, 1993-1994
"Value added legal advice, not an expense line item."
— Glenn Solomon
In a sale structured as a stock purchase, most acquirors want to purchase one hundred percent of the ownership interests in the seller. That is why, if a seller has any minority owners, it is important to include a drag-along clause in the agreement among the owners of the seller...
One of the busiest areas of merger activity is in the government contracting sector. A major subsector of merger activity…
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