Mergers and Affiliations Require ‘Due Diligence’
Information gained in the process will help you know what you are getting into and may help structure the form of the transaction to protect what you have
The due diligence process in considering a merger or affiliation is serious, but don’t let the lawyers use it to tell you why it shouldn’t be done. Lawyers are trained to tell you the risks. They will seldom provide the vision.
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