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Introduction

William M Regan, Jon M Talotta and Ryan M Philp

Hogan Lovells

Friday 27 July 2018


M&A transactions typically are transformational corporate events. From comparatively small private company transactions involving tens of millions of US dollars, to the largest multinational public company deals worth more than US$100 billion, the purchase or sale of any company involves significant risks and many uncertainties. M&A transactions impact the participants – directors, officers, employees, stockholders, creditors and customers – at every level of the corporate enterprise. And even the most strategic and well-planned M&A transactions sometimes fail to deliver the economic benefits that the parties anticipated at signing. These factors individually and collectively make M&A transactions ripe for litigation.

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