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How a Fraud Carve-Out Protected a Buyer’s Employee Non-Solicitation Claim in an M&A Deal

Explore a case study where a fraud carve-out provision played a crucial role in protecting a buyer’s interests in an M&A deal. Learn about the legal intricacies surrounding employee non-solicitation claims and exclusive remedy provisions. October 19, 2019 Introduction: Many

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Employee Raiding Lawsuit: Buyer vs. Seller Employee

Explore a real case where a buyer sued a seller’s key employee over employee departures after an acquisition. Learn about the legal implications and strategies to mitigate such risks in M&A deals. October 16, 2019 ¬†Introduction: In acquisitions, a company’s

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Allegations of Breach in M&A Deal: Lessons from a $100 Million Case

Explore the intricate post-transaction landscape of M&A through a $100 million case involving an Atlanta-based chemical packaging company. Delve into the details of post-closing commitments, breaches, and legal implications, emphasizing the significance of post-closing covenants. M&A Stories November 21, 2018

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Dispute Over Severance Payments: A Lesson in Clear Contract Language

Explore the legal battle in Perrigo Company v. International Vitamin Corporation, highlighting the importance of clear contract language in M&A transactions. Learn how a complex asset purchase agreement led to a $1.2 million reimbursement dispute and the lessons for avoiding

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Asset Buyer Not Liable for Race Discrimination Claim in Employee Hiring Dispute

Explore the legal intricacies of mergers and acquisitions in our latest blog post. Delve into the case of Mance v. Owings Mills Autos, LLC, as we dissect the liabilities of asset buyers regarding employee claims post-acquisition. Gain insights into asset

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