No two deals are the same and, as such, asset purchase agreements should be modeled to reflect the deal. While boilerplate provisions can be a helpful guide, they should only be used for reference.
Be prepared to address the initial considerations from the perspective of the seller or purchaser on the nuances of any deal and the corresponding uniqueness of the provisions involved. Learn when to recognize if your client is getting in too deep when buying or selling assets and how to best to maximize the outcome and minimize the risks.
This 90-minute on-demand video will provide guidance to attorneys for drafting and negotiating asset purchase agreements through an examination of key provisions and issues, including:
• What are the assets being sold and transferred?
• Purchase price matters
• Representations and warranties
• Conditions of closing
• Post-closing conditions (if any)
• Jurisdiction and venue
• Anticipating and avoiding common drafting and enforcement issues