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This article focuses on the third of the three principal types of transaction structures used in mergers and acquisitions (M&A), Mergers, which means not a generic kind of business combination, but “statutory Mergers” executed pursuant to one or more states’ merger statutes, in which one company merges into another. Following the discussion are “Deal Points” on important considerations in the purchase or sale of a business: what to do, and what at all costs not to do. 

Author: Owen D. Kurtin

This article was originally published on the website of Kurtin PLLC in July 2022.

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