Shelley Ripley practices in the areas of banking, real estate, business and... more
Shelley Ripley practices in the areas of banking, real estate, business and corporate matters, and creditors and insolvency issues. Shelley has considerable experience in advising financial institutions on regulatory and compliance issues. She also has experience in commercial loan documentation and commercial loan workouts, and represents creditors in all aspects of collection, includin... view profile
Mr. Moye has been practicing law for over 30 years. His practice emphasizes estate... more
Mr. Moye has been practicing law for over 30 years. His practice emphasizes estate planning, small business, tax, planned giving, and real estate law. He also has trial experience in small business, tax, real estate and estate litigation. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, golfing and running.
I am the Managing Partner of Paine Hamblen LLP, headquartered in Spokane, Washington,... more
I am the Managing Partner of Paine Hamblen LLP, headquartered in Spokane, Washington, and with offices in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and the Tri-Cities, Washington. I am also the former Chairman of Paine Hamblen's Business Practice Group. My practice includes mergers and acquisitions, general corporate and business transactions, estate-planning and probate and trust matters.
I primarily work with companies, entrepreneurs, investment banks, venture capital... more
I primarily work with companies, entrepreneurs, investment banks, venture capital firms, and other investors in corporate and securities matters. Prior to joining Witherspoon Kelley,I practiced at Fenwick West LLP, a Silicon Valley-based law firm, where Irepresented such clients as Cisco Systems, Inc., Handspring, Inc., Intuit, Inc., Macromedia, Inc., Shopping.com Ltd. and VeriSign, Inc., amon... view profile
Mergers / acquisitions lawyers help businesses buy other companies, or merge with them to become a single company. For example, America Online and Time Warner merged in 2000 to form AOL Time Warner. There are many reasons companies merge–for example, corporate strategy and finance, economies of scale, increased revenue or market share, and cross-selling opportunities. Mergers and acquisitions attorneys understand business law, are often trained negotiators, and will be able to draft detailed agreements describing the new relationship.