How To Represent The Buyer In An M&A Transaction

Law360, New York (September 17, 2013, 1:58 PM EDT) -- For clients that are not experienced doing merger and acquisition deals, the prospect can be very unnerving as the level of potential risk in making one material acquisition is extremely high for executives used to making financial commitments in small increments.

Although buyers will rely on other advisors, such as investment bankers and proxy solicitors, to help guide them through nonlegal aspects of the transaction, legal counsel can still provide a complete roadmap to the deal process by giving the client an overview of what to...
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