Law360, New York (March 2, 2016, 5:26 PM EST) -- Wayne Bradley
Jonathan Picard The middle market has recently seen a substantial increase in the presence of representation and warranty insurance (R&W insurance) in merger and acquisition transactions. R&W insurance can be a valuable tool for overcoming hurdles in finalizing a deal, reducing a buyer's risk in acquiring a business, adding value to a buyer's offer in a competitive setting and reducing a seller's risk of paying post-closing indemnification claims. While R&W insurance can be obtained by either the buyer or the seller, buyers more commonly obtain the R&W insurance policy. This article walks a buyer through the process of determining...
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