University of Baltimore Law Review


From the moment owners decide to sell their business, corporate counsel is confronted with many unique planning opportunities. In negotiating with the buyer, the sellers' counsel must consider the tax, accounting and securities consequences of the sale's structure. The author examines these and other considerations that should be addressed in planning the transaction from the decision to sell to the final drafting of the contract.

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