The winner takes it all
Nick Davis steers a path through the typical legal obstacles that have to be overcome when buying a failing dotcom
Much has been written about the collapse of the dotcom boom. First there were the post mortems of boo.com, clickmango.com, wowgo.com and others and there were the expert ruminations on the complexities for insolvency practitioners of valuing the failed dotcoms (given that their assets are often almost entirely intangible). This was followed by deeper analyses into what all this meant for the market and what the future held.
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