...same IP considerations remain important during this phase, attention to IP due-diligence moves to the forefront. When you start to affect bigger companies...
One of the cardinal sins frequently committed by employees and inventors alike is careless (and therefore needless) public disclosures about a company's patented technology
Canada leads the way in debarments. One company, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc., is trying to fix that
Canada leads the way in debarments. One company is trying to fix that
...one more thing you need to check off your list: the due diligence report. After all, you have to know who it is that...
...and corrupt practice as widespread in their regions. EY suggests significant due diligence to mitigate the risks of setting up shop. Regulatory...
Email is an indispensable business tool. But the speed and informality of email can lead to the accidental use of contract-forming language, resulting in unintentional binding agreements
In recent years, the U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission have embraced the use of "industry sweeps" as an enforcement tool against suspected violations of the Foreig
... Consider this scenario: During routine due diligence for an impending transaction, the acquiring company learns that the business...
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