Woods Rogers provides counsel on mergers and acquisitions for all types of businesses, from small privately-held companies to large public corporations. Our attorneys have represented a range of clients in mergers and acquisitions including manufacturers, media companies, software developers, energy companies, automotive dealers, and other retailers.

Our integrated team can handle all aspects of M&A activity, from agreement to execution, using a cross-section of attorneys as needed. We are prepared to efficiently and effectively structure, negotiate and consummate asset, stock or merger transactions of any size and complexity in a variety of industries.

From Term Sheet to Closing

Our M&A team is well-versed in leading deals from term sheet to closing, with particular focus on the following transactional components:

  • Corporate Governance
  • Cybersecurity & Data Privacy
  • Environmental & Regulatory Matters
  • Executive Compensation
  • Intellectual Property
  • Labor & Employment
  • Real Estate
  • Risk Management
  • Securities
  • Tax


  • Representing a technology company in an equity sale to a Belgium-based company, including negotiating with current lead investors to address concerns and protecting members in their post-closing obligations and earn-out structure.
  • Day-to-day general counsel guidance as well as representation in seed, series, and bridge financing for an alternative energy technology company.
  • Counsel for a non-profit venture capital fund that invests in start-up companies
    in Southwest Virginia; the investments each have job creation requirements.
  • Representing a purchaser in the acquisition of a national chain retail store that included extensive due diligence, as it was a newly constructed location with outstanding site work issues.
  • Representing an auto dealership in a sale to a larger owner, who incorporated it into a portfolio of 23 locations throughout Virginia and North Carolina.


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