The proper exercise of due diligence involves an understanding of the legal and business implications driving the parties to the transaction. Companies and counsel must closely examine the risks and liabilities of the deal to determine whether it is prudent to move forward. Gain answers to the most pressing questions: do you have a thorough understanding of due diligence requirements for the review of contracts, financial statements, real estate documents and intellectual property; and do you know the issues to consider and the information to look for during a review of corporate documentation, and why? Explore also the special legal challenges of due diligence preparation and implementation you will confronting as a result of new electronic communication methods and record keeping requirements.
Summary of Contents
Due Diligence Preparation and Implementation
Due Diligence in Business Transactions
Practical Due Diligence Guidelines for In-House Counsel