Partner Patrick J. McIntyre advises closely-held businesses on a wide variety of general corporate transactional matters utilizing his extensive experience in a wide range of practice areas, including mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, corporate governance matters, employment matters, real estate transactions, environmental matters, operations management and finance. Prior to receiving his law degree, Patrick worked in operations management for Marriott Corporation and executive level management for The Continental Companies. He is a member of Weston Hurd’s Management Committee and is a frequent lecturer and panel moderator to industry, legal and accounting groups on a wide variety of corporate topics.
Lead outside counsel in divestiture of 43 service operating units of a Fortune 100 petroleum company.
Spin off of pharma distributor to publicly held integrated pharmacy benefits service company.
Drafts and negotiates numerous REAs, OEAs and CCRs and other shared use agreements on behalf of shopping center developer/landlords.
Negotiated sales of multi-million dollar regional and neighborhood shopping centers.
Multiple acquisitions of service companies for a local Fortune 100 energy company.
Handles numerous commercial property purchase and sale transactions ranging from vacant land to large industrial facilities.
Negotiated multi-million dollar acquisition of account portfolio in office equipment sales service and maintenance industry.
Represented privately-held, Ohio-based leading producer of specialty additives used in ladle refining of molten steel in its sale to a worldwide industrial services company.
Divestiture of a $25 million specialty insurance products and insurance services firm.
Multiple acquisitions of specialty chemical distributors for a local $500 million revenue company.
Combination $95 million stock purchase and joint venture acquisition of Australian and Mexican entities for a U.S. subsidiary of a Belgian corporation in the flexible substrate/specialty films industry.
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