Martindell is committed to providing top-flight service to our corporate clients. We take a deep interest in our clients and the success of their businesses, and we strive to provide them with the legal advice and experience that will help them to thrive. We bring to the table the legal judgment that comes from participation in transactions in areas such as economic incentives, entrepreneur services, mergers and acquisitions, securities and corporate finance, and venture capital and private equity. We focus relentlessly on responsiveness to client needs.
We serve as a trusted legal adviser for clients ranging from start-ups to mature private companies. We enjoy the challenge that comes from working with our clients to structure and complete creative and complex multi-party transactions, as well as the satisfaction of helping our clients achieve their business goals through the handling of transactions of a more routine nature.
Martindell provides its clients with the depth to handle sophisticated transactions and the good judgment to staff them appropriately. Our lawyers have the experience and confidence to handle transactions on their own, and we don't reflexively assign large teams of lawyers to every transaction.
However, we also have the depth and breadth of experience required to create the right team when that is what the sophistication and complexity of the deal requires. We have the ability to draw on the experience of attorneys from other practice groups, such as collection and creditors' rights, real estate, labor and employment, mergers and acquisitions, securities, and public finance.
Our goal is to provide advice through the years, not just through the next transaction. We strive to become intimately familiar with our clients' business, goals, and challenges, and to work with them to develop legal strategies that support their business objectives.
Our attorneys that practice in this area are John E. Caton, Jerry L. Ricksecker, John B. Swearer, S. Eric Steinle, Arlyn Miller, Carole DeWald, and Rachel A. Shannon.