When two law firms undertake merger discussions, they eventually exchange financial information. Typically, this exchange is anticipated from both a curiosity standpoint as well as a practical standpoint. Ultimately, no merger will occur if it does not make good economic sense; therefore, critical financial review is essential.

In our experience at Hildebrandt International, Inc. certain missteps involving the financial review appear repeatedly.

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