Selling your business can be an exciting time. An acquisition can represent a new stage of growth for a company. However, a poorly drafted acquisition agreement can also jeopardize the legal and financial interests of business owners who do not adequately prepare for such an event.
What Issues Should Be Studied During the Due Diligence Process?
Each business is different, and every merger or acquisition requires a host of critical issues to be examined by both buyers and sellers. Here are some – but of course not all – of the issues that must be addressed: