News of mergers and acquisitions seems to be rolling out at a faster pace than it has been in two years, but while corporate attorneys say deal activity has definitely increased, reaching the finish line is sometimes another story.

More companies are flirting with buying or selling whole or partial entities, but increased regulation and a continued tightness in the credit market have led to longer, more intense due diligence and more deals “dying on the vine.”

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