Valuing a Company | M&A Diligence | Assignment Clauses


Assignment Provisions and the Valuation of Your Company

January 14, 2012

When a buyer decides to purchase your company, a key step in the diligence process prior to the consummation of the sale is a review of your business's contracts for potentially unfavorable terms.  This article highlights one contractual clause commonly vetted in this process--the assignment clause.  The article explains why you should try to include certain language in your contracts to maximize the value your company can realize if it is sold.

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Assignment Provisions and the Valuation of Your Company

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