Avoiding Tax Inefficiencies In M&A Integration

Law360, New York (March 24, 2015, 11:17 AM EDT) -- All legal documents are signed, covenants and conditions precedent are met, and a delicious dinner is had by all. Another merger and acquisition transaction has closed and all of the lawyers involved are feeling pretty good about themselves. But should they? Not so fast. The hard work is just about to begin.

While the lawyers wake up the next day ready to draft their next sales and purchase agreement or merger agreement, the acquirer and target are left to integrate the endless myriad of logistical and operational items that will surely make or break the economics of the deal. Sure, all...

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