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Sale of a group of companies in the watchmaking subcontracting
id est avocats assists the owners of a group of companies in microtechnic and subcontracting for the watchmaking industry in its sale to an industrial conglomerate; the deal involved stock for cash and stock for stock transactions, a partial financing of the transaction by the sellers and an earnout package.