Before finalizing a merger or acquisition, contract reviews are a form of investigation. The acquiring business needs to understand any and all contract features that could cause challenges to the business once the deal has been completed. But that’s only step one of the process.
Once the merger or acquisition moves forward, the next thing to do is to address any issues uncovered during the pre-transaction review, and make sure all of your incoming contracts are treated just like any other existing contract in your portfolio. After all, every contract belonging to the target company is now the acquiring company’s responsibility.
Here are three things you can do to reduce contract risk once the M&A transaction has been completed:Read More