Brooks Pierce Represents Bright Plastics in Corporate Transaction
Brooks Pierce attorneys Marc Bishop, Steve LaSota and Joe Newlon represented Bright Plastics in a recent corporate transaction with Thunderbird LLC. Thunderbird LLC acquired Bright Plastics on July 15.
For more than 30 years, Bright Plastics has been committed to helping companies solve problems and find affordable solutions to their manufacturing needs. The addition of Bright Plastics to the Thunderbird portfolio of manufacturing companies expands its injection-molding support for a range of industries, including medical, defense, aerospace, transportation, recreation, waste management, and telecom.
Bishop serves as the general corporate counsel to a variety of companies, providing and coordinating legal services and meeting the needs of businesses. His experience includes providing services to entrepreneurs, early stage companies, and mature companies in a variety of matters including: mergers and acquisitions, investments, entity formation, organizational structure, contracts and leases, equity and debt financing, ownership and licensing of intellectual property, labor and employment, executive compensation, commercial real estate, commercial disputes, succession planning, and ownership and operation of aircrafts.
LaSota works with businesses in a variety of industries on general corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, complex contract drafting and negotiation, and risk management strategies. His previous experience includes counseling regional and community banks through multi-million dollar mergers, handling corporate governance issues, and launching multiple new lines of business.
Newlon is a transactional attorney advising clients on a myriad of complex business matters. Prior to joining Brooks Pierce, he represented clients in mergers and acquisitions, technology transfer and software licensing, intellectual property, employment, real estate, and business and corporate matters.