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Adam M. Haberfield

phone(973) 507-2400
fax(973) 622-3073
emailamh@olss.com
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Adam M. Haberfield - Shareholder

Adam focuses his practice on advising entrepreneurs and emerging growth businesses on all aspects of corporate activity, including:

  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Shareholders’ agreements
  • Buy/sell arrangements
  • Agreements with key executives
  • Raising capital (both equity and bank financings)
  • Creation of joint ventures
  • Entity choice and formation

He also handles a variety of commercial real estate matters, including:

  • Purchases and sales of commercial, industrial and multiple dwelling properties
  • Joint venture arrangements for development of real estate
  • Construction financing
  • Leases of office and commercial space
Representative Experience
  • Advised Bain Capital in connection with purchase of leading producer of specialty cosmetic products by its portfolio company, WWP.
  • Represented Roseland Property Company in $134 million sale to Mack-Cali Realty Corporation.
  • $25 million merger of a transportation and logistics services company in a national “roll up” of similar businesses by a private equity fund (seller’s counsel).
  • Function as outside general counsel on behalf of middle-market private companies in a variety of industries, including technology, food and beverage, business services, real estate development and consumer products. Responsible for drafting and negotiating material contracts with clients, key employees and suppliers, supervision of litigation and implementation of incentive compensation programs.  Regularly prepare shareholders’ agreements or LLC operating agreements with complex buy-sell provisions to address management succession issues.
  • Purchase of land and $85,000,000 construction loan for a multi-family, residential real estate project (developer’s counsel).
  • Representation of private foundation in the sale of large tract of land to a university. Formed non-profit entity to lease back the historic portion of the property from the university for use as a public museum and negotiated loan of priceless historic artifacts to the university, including letters from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. Presently continuing to act as the museum’s primary counsel.
  • Private placement of limited partnership interests in connection with construction of a mixed-use real estate development project (issuer’s counsel).
Professional & Civic Activities
Other Distinctions
  • New Jersey Super Lawyers - Rising Star, 2006 - 2011
  • Martindale Peer Review Rating - AV Preeminent 4.9 out of 5.0