Tips For Drafting M&A Legal Opinions

Law360, New York (August 6, 2013, 4:21 PM EDT) -- Inevitably in your mergers and acquisitions practice, your law firm will be asked to give a legal opinion regarding your client in an M&A transaction. Typically, the opinion is with respect to the target company and is delivered to the acquirer by the law firm representing the target company. However, in more complex transactions, the law firm representing the acquirer may also be asked to deliver an opinion with respect to the acquirer to the target company or some other third party (such as the acquirer’s...
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