Even with a relatively slow start to 2016 in the U.S.-based and global merger-and-acquisition market, lawyers in New Jersey say small- and mid-cap work remains plentiful—thanks in part to transitioning Baby Boomers.

“It’s a very vibrant market” in which “there’s more money out there than quality businesses to be sold,” said Nicholas San Filippo, a partner at Lowenstein Sandler in Roseland.

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