Our Business Approach
Inspire Business Law Group, PC focuses on representing businesses in commercial transactions, including mergers and acquisitions (M&A), and banks and other financial institutions in secured lending transactions.
Our commitment to excellence is exemplified by our ability to communicate effectively, to operate as a partner in your success, and to develop and execute the road map to meet your business goals in a cost-effective manner.
Understanding Your Business
We invest the time to understand your market segment, the competitive landscape, and the goals and challenges of the main decision makers from both a legal and business perspective. We enjoy working with your team and getting to know your business so that we can be an effective advocate.
Protecting Your Interests While Meeting Your Goals Cost-Effectively
The principal’s in-house legal experience at a leading global company enables the firm to understand transactions from your perspective. We partner with you to define the business goals and quantify costs and budgets, and we work collaboratively with you to identify and address risks in a broad range of transactions. Our approach enables us to protect your interests while meeting your goals cost-effectively.
About Our Company
Our founder Edward Grenville’s commitment to excellence is exemplified in his ability to communicate effectively, to operate as a partner in your success, and to develop and execute the road map to meet your goals. Edward Grenville’s years of experience as an in house counsel for two GE Capital subsidiaries gives him a unique perspective into the transactions from the client’s perspective.
Our international clients and companies entering the US market from China and Europe, particularly appreciate our cross-border expertise. Over the last 20 years, Edward Grenville has completed billions of dollars in cross-border transactions, and therefore can effectively assist non-US acquirers entering the US market, or US acquirers in foreign acquisitions. We leverage our broad network of non-US lawyers as necessary, and address regulatory issues in cross-border transactions.