Diligence or indigence?
Merger activity is gathering speed, yet law firms are neglecting to perform thorough due diligence on the firm with which they intend to merge. To avoid unwelcome post-merger surprises it is essential to perform the necessary checks, say George Bull and Richard White
Current market conditions are driving high levels of management activity as an increasing number of firms assess merger possibilities, whether strategic, defensive or opportunistic.
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