General counsel to businesses for more than twenty-five years, representing business owners from inception to exit, focusing on mergers and acquisitions, structuring ownership agreements and bankruptcy preference avoidance actions.
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
Most letters of intent are non-binding, that is, create no contractual obligation to close the transaction until a purchase agreement…
Sellers usually do not want the world to know the terms under which their business is sold, especially the purchase…
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