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Nov 12, 2018

Fraud Carve-Out Provisions for M&A Agreements


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Partner Sarah McLean (Houston/Austin-Mergers & Acquisitions) and associate Sarah Nealis (Houston-Mergers & Acquisitions) co-wrote an article for The Energy Law Advisor titled Fraud Carve-Out Provisions for M&A Agreements.” The article discusses fraud carve-outs in M&A transaction agreements, which are designed to protect a buyer in the event the seller lies about matters relating to the transaction that are specifically within the seller’s knowledge. To help M&A practitioners with best practices, the authors provide examples of fraud carve-out provisions ranked from good to better to best.

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