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APA’s Pennsylvania Choice of Law Provision Didn’t Apply to State’s Product Line Exception

M&A Stories December 02, 2020 Introduction A buyer of the assets of a manufacturing business is not responsible for claims arising from the use of products made by the seller, unless the buyer assumed the risk in the asset purchase

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Buyer of Manufacturer’s Assets Has No Liability for Product Sold Before Closing

M&A Stories October 28, 2020 Introduction Management of product liability risk when buying a company is always an issue, even in an asset acquisition. Especially, if there is a history of seller products liability claims. The deal This deal involved

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CA Court of Appeals Dissent Invites CA High Court to Clarify 363(f) Asset Sales with Alad Product Liability Claims

Introduction A buyer of a manufacturer, distributor or retailer of products out of bankruptcy expects that it can acquire the business free and clear of product liability claims under section 363(f) of the bankruptcy code. The deal This case involved

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Inventor of product sues seller of product for unauthorized use of inventor’s name for commercial purposes

Inventor has a Ph.D. in physical pharmacy and specializes in the formulation of topical creams for various health and wellness needs. He is the CEO of Seller and the public face of the company throughout the pharmaceutical industry. In April

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