Part 1 – The Pros and Cons of components of a business purchase and sale from the Buyer’s and Seller’s perspective.
We have all heard the old adage “What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.” While this is true in many life situations, this wise saying is often times not applicable in the areas of mergers and acquisitions. A more accurate adage when it comes to buyers and sellers of a business would often be be. “What’s good for the Buyer is bad for the Seller… and vice versa” Through the next several monthly blogs, we will be breaking down several key components of a purchase and sale of a business to analyze the pros and cons of these components from both the Buyer’s and Seller’s side. The areas that we will analyze include:
As we analyze the above topics over the next several months both Buyers and Sellers of businesses will be able to see how various components of a stock or asset sale can significantly impact their position in the transaction and how, with the right legal guidance and counsel, these provisions and documents can be used to improve or strengthen you negotiating power in the transaction.
Eric R. Thiergood, Sr.
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