Law360 (July 30, 2018, 8:45 PM EDT) -- From hidden legal liabilities to high-priced compensation pacts for soon-to-be redundant executives, there’s a veritable minefield of employment-related issues capable of stalling otherwise promising mergers and acquisitions. Here, Law360 looks at four questions businesses should ask their attorneys to keep the nuances of employment law from getting in the way of deals.
Am I Buying a Lawsuit?
Because few things are as costly to a company as a lawsuit, potential legal liabilities top the list of employment-related issues businesses need to look out for when they’re thinking of making a purchase, Alston & Bird LLP employment partner Grant Alexander told Law360....
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