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Buyer’s Liability in M&A Deals: Understanding Product Line Exceptions

Explore the concept of buyer’s liability in M&A deals and the impact of product line exceptions. Learn from the McAllister v. Mcdermott case and understand how to manage potential risks when acquiring manufacturing businesses. M&A Stories December 02, 2020 Introduction:

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Asset Buyer’s Liability for Pre-Closing Product Issues in M&A Deals

Explore the complexities of managing product liability risks in M&A transactions. This blog post discusses a case involving an asset acquisition, product liability claims, and the buyer’s defense against successor liability. Learn about the court’s ruling and the implications for

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Understanding Product Liability in M&A: A Recent Legal Case

Explore the complexities of product liability in M&A through a real-life legal case involving the acquisition of National Car Rental. Gain insights into liability assumptions and legal outcomes. August 27, 2019 M&A Stories Introduction: When acquiring a business out of

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

An inventor had a Ph.D. in physical pharmacy and specialized in the formulation of topical creams for various health and wellness needs. He was the CEO of the seller and the public face of the company throughout the pharmaceutical industry.

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