Due Diligence for Trade Risk

When conducting due diligence on a multinational company, consider the heightened risk of trade disruptions and loss of goodwill with foreign customers resulting from our ongoing trade negotiations. On November 30, 2018, the United States, Canada, and Mexico agreed to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”) with the United States Mexico Canada Agreement

Dealing with Buyer’s Remorse: What to do when Deals Go Wrong

The energy industry experienced a renaissance in recent years. The combination of hydraulic fracturing and GIS software led to remarkable expansion of US oil and gas production. Unfortunately, the industry has become the victim of its own success. The dramatic drop in oil prices in the past year have been the result of a glut

Special Issues in Technology Acquisitions

Technology is so ever present in our lives and our businesses that nearly any deal could be described as a “tech deal”.  Acquisitions of a software company, the manufacturer of a drillship’s dynamic positioning system, or healthcare information technology provider involve some similar legal issues despite the differences in their industries. This brief article will