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Corporate, Intellectual Property, Mergers & Acquisitions and Taxation Investment in Commercial Solar Panel Manufacturer

Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP (JMBM), one of California’s prominent full-service law firms, announced that its Corporate, Tax and Intellectual Property lawyers assisted its client in an investment in a privately held commercial solar panel manufacturer. About JMBM’s Corporate Group JMBM’s Corporate lawyers represent buyers, sellers and capital providers in a wide variety of […]

Corporate, Real Estate and Taxation For California State Automobile Association's San Francisco Headquarters: JMBM attorneys negotiate sale and leaseback

SAN FRANCISCO – February 8, 2008—Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Marmaro LLP (JMBM), one of California’s foremost full-service law firms, has announced that a team comprised of their Real Estate, Corporate, Finance, Tax and Land Use attorneys advised the California State Automobile Association (CSAA) in a complex sale and leaseback transaction that allowed for the sale […]

Corporate and Taxation JMBM helps EZ Lube in recapitalization

JMBM attorneys represented EZ Lube and its shareholders in its recent recapitalization – which included a sale of a significant portion of the EZ Lube’s owners’ equity position to an affiliate of Bruckmann, Rosser, Sherrill & Co, a New York-based buyout firm, plus a $105 million refinancing of EZ Lube with GSO Capital Partners and […]

Litigation and Taxation Getting Results – A big tax controversy win

In U.S. Tax Court and in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, JMBM successfully represented against the IRS the two California founders of a women’s apparel business. The IRS attempted to disallow our clients’ deduction of business losses from their charter jet operation, saying that the business was not being run with the intent of […]

Taxation Getting Results – A transaction with sophisticated tax issues

JMBM tax lawyers played a key role as members of our lead counsel team for client Frederick’s of Hollywood in its merger with Movie Star Inc. The complex transaction involved significant tax issues related to a $20 million rights offering and a one-for-two reverse stock split, and we structured the tax and financial terms to […]