M&A Due Diligence: Little Things Mean a Lot

With an endless list of due diligence items to consider, companies sometimes overlook a critical factor that could make or break the deal. It can be as mundane as the target's computer operating systems or the big-picture idea behind the merger. Thinking about issues beyond the obvious can help. Martindale-Hubbell posed the following question to provide a variety of views on this important topic:
When contemplating a major merger or acquisition, what are the key aspects of due diligence that companies should consider but often overlook?
Read Richard F. Langan's response on martindale.com®
Read Martin B. Shulkin's response on martindale.com®.
Read Anthony Milazzo's response on martindale.com®.