I typically advise my clients to have a binding no-shop in the Letter of Intent. This will ensure that the seller cannot try to find a better deal somewhere else, once the LOI is signed. Sellers may insist on including a go-shop clause, which provides a certain period of time (usually around 50 days) to […]

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Although I deal primarily with mergers and acquisitions, acquisition is simply one pathway to external growth and should be considered in a broader context. One of the pathways to external growth to consider is minority interest ownership. Microsoft’s proposed buyout of Dell demonstrates many of the benefits of minority interest ownership, a surprisingly neglected tactic. […]

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