Business Transactions

Asset Sale; Paper Converter, Hialeah, Florida

Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP represented Flamingo Products, Inc. of Hialeah, Florida, a wholly owned subsidiary of Erving Industries, Inc. of Erving, Massachusetts, in connection with the sale of the paper converter’s Florida operations. Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP serves as outside corporate counsel for Erving Industries, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliated companies.

Asset Purchase; Commonwealth Lacrosse Company, LLC

Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP, represented Commonwealth Lacrosse Company, LLC in connection with the purchase of substantially all of the assets of The Commonwealth Lacrosse Company, Inc. The company operates retail stores in Weymouth, Franklin and Framingham Massachusetts and in Nashua, New Hampshire as well as a large circulation catalogue and internet sales operation. Tamkin & (more…)

Asset Purchase; Commonwealth Lacrosse Company, LLC

Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP, represented Commonwealth Lacrosse Company, LLC in connection with the purchase of substantially all of the assets of Parsons Sports, Inc. Break-Away Lacrosse which had retail stores located in Peabody and Andover, Massachusetts. In addition to the two new stores, the company operates retail lacrosse specialty stores in Weymouth, Franklin and Framingham, (more…)

Asset Purchase; Metrowest Boston Bar & Restaurant

Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP, represented a long term client in connection with the purchase of substantially all of the assets of a decade‚Äôs old established bar/restaurant in Waltham, Massachusetts and in connection with the acquisition of the multi use building in which the business is located. Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP represented the client in all (more…)

Asset Purchase; Tool and Die Fabrication Business

Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP, represented the purchaser of the assets of a tool and die fabrication company in Eastern Massachusetts. The acquisition included a transfer of the business goodwill, a leasehold interest and inventory. As part of the transaction, Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP represented the purchaser in its negotiations with its lender, and the negotiation (more…)