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DUE DILIGENCE: Importance In Acquisition

We can list numerous corporations who rushed into professional marriages without performing legal due diligence or reviewing the corporate structure and relevant documents of the company. An acquisition transaction is one of the most appropriate decisions taken by a company which frames the future of any organization. Thus, careful due diligence into the financial reports of the target company holds utmost importance.

Legal due diligence of a corporate entity is often a lengthy and a cumbersome task, which can significantly impact the timeline of the project. In any merger or acquisition, parties are usually concerned about the time frame and desire to finish the transaction at the earliest. The Corporate Lawyers of UAE will highlight certain important aspects of due diligence in any merger or acquisition transaction under UAE laws.

Epitome of Due-Diligence

In any Merger or Acquisition transaction, it is advised to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the project as well as the target company and its sister companies prior to finalising the deal. The objective of the concerned exercise to obtain all relevant and up-to-date information of the target entity and to understand the significant shortcomings of the company which were earlier not apparent. It can further assist in understanding the financial or legal consequences that might hinder the future growth of the company or can impact the return on investment.

Legal due diligence mostly conducted by Corporate Lawyers of Dubai will comprise of financial and legal review of the targeted company. Wherein, the financial analysis is usually performed by financial experts, and qualified Corporate Lawyers undertake the legal review. In any legal due diligence, lawyers tend to review structure of the company, corporate documents, trade licenses, management structure, power of attorneys, corporate agreements, financial liabilities, employment contracts, outstanding debts, internal policies, insurance agreements or policies, movable and immovable assets, mortgages, loans, corporate and commercial litigation and list goes on. As mentioned above, the ultimate objective of this exercise to prevent the acquiring company from any future casualties post taking over the target company.

The scope of due diligence exercise vary in each transaction, and it will rarely be general and covers all aspects of the company related to the sale. It is less likely that the due diligence review will be limited in scope as it involves review of all significant issues pertaining to the company which might impact the merger or acquisition transaction. It further depends upon the organization structure and the business of the target company that can either be retail, construction, telecommunication or any other activity. In each of the companies, the lawyers have to review the business structure, assets in order to determine the shortcomings of the company and how to improvise such deficiencies. There is a direct nexus between the size of the company and the extent of due diligence review as for a small acquisition transaction does not require extensive due diligence review. However, in a significant acquisition transaction, a thorough investigation of documents is required for in-depth knowledge of target-company.

For instance, in an acquisition transaction between companies providing professional services, the due diligence review will entail reviewing the competence of employees and their contract, determining the licenses obtained by the company, goodwill in the market, intellectual property registration, contracts entered by the company. Whereas, if the target company is sale oriented then it is likely to review the goods purchased and sold, outstanding debt in the market, movable and immovable assets of the company, machinery, factories, additional permits and licenses.

The Procedure

The target company in an acquisition transaction is obliged to provide every relevant document of the company which can affect the acquisition transaction or which is necessary for acquiring the company to review before finalising the deal. The seller will create a data room either online or physical through which they can offer all the relevant documents to the company or their legal representatives. It is essential for the target company to provide all documents otherwise the process and timeline will unduly increase delaying the transaction unnecessarily.

Timeline for Review

The schedule for finishing any due-diligence review is directly correlated to the size of the transaction and the number of documents made accessible for the survey. The seller will either required to provide copies of all documentation or create an information room and give adequate access to it to the legal advisors, bookkeepers and different experts surveying the literature for the buyer. The seller ought to likewise provide answers to inquiries raised by the buyer's consultants amid the survey that emerges out of the documents submitted. In such circumstances, the process can be completed within a standard time frame. The course of events will undoubtedly be expanded where a seller isn't adequately helpful and is hesitant to give materials, and data asked for or neglects to do as such quickly. For giant acquisition transaction, parties split up the review into several stages where each stage entails an analysis of specific documentation. Accordingly, the parties can fix a timeline for each step and all the stages can be either co-dependent on each other and can be separated at the same time.

Advantages

Legal due diligence offers an opportunity to the party to determine the assets, liabilities, market standing, internal structure, management of the target company before finalizing the deal in order to understand the future legal and financial repercussions. It is most beneficial for the purchasing company to determine the current status of the target company and the amount of further investment required in the company. On the basis of the due diligence report, the buyer will be able to analyze the transaction completely and will be able to understand the advantages and disadvantages of acquiring the company. It also opens an opportunity for the buyer to check whether the price offered for the acquisition is up to the standards of the company or will there be a room for negotiations.

It further allows the seller to provide an opportunity for the buyer to remedy if there is any deficiency prior to the transaction. It is always prudent to conduct the due diligence review before the transaction to have complete information prior to signing the deal.

Concluding Remarks

Legal Due diligence in an acquisition transaction is a pivotal step which evaluates the risks involved in the transaction by reviewing the relevant corporate documents of the target company. The exercise will aim to inform the buyer about the true features of the company targeted which subsequently guarantees that necessary precautions are taken while arranging and finalizing the acquisition transaction. As of late, there has been a pattern increasingly more towards gatherings acquiring guarantee insurance to alleviate the dangers related to M&A transactions. Subject to specific prohibitions, this protection will safeguard the parties against costs related to defaults in the due diligence procedure by either party failing to provide relevant documentation. Nevertheless, due diligence review is of the most important part of an acquisition transaction, if carefully undertaken by best Corporate Lawyers in UAE.

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Hercules Pappas - CEO and Founder of Hercules Law Group
Experienced & Trusted Representation Hercules Pappas is the CEO and Founder of Hercules Law Group based in New Jersey, USA. He is an experienced, talented, and committed professionals with knowledge and specialization across a full spectrum of laws. Before moving out on his own, he practiced in the most respected and oldest continuing firms. He represents businesses to business owners and other individuals in all matters of business and tax law. He aggressively resolves business disputes, and protects his client’s interests through assertive demand letters, and reduce or resolve tax liabilities and audits. He also provides Sophisticated Tax and Credit Solutions for all business matters. He provides competent real estate advice as his clients expand. He protects their rational property rights through non-disclosure agreements, and by preparing and filing applications for trademarks. He aggressively addresses and resolves employee issues, including non-competition and non-solicitation agreements. He also provides advice on hiring and terminating employees, and preventing or defending unemployment claims. Hercules Pappas focuses on technology company representation and international transactions. He describes both companies and investors in investment rounds and stock sales. He has worked on deals ranging from small angel investments to representing a private property firm. There are Many Ways to Create More Client Value in Transactional Legal Services. • Business, Corporate, and Partnership Disputes • Business Law • Collections • Contract Negotiation and Disputes • Employment and Labor • Landlord/tenant • Commercial and Business litigation • Mergers and Acquisitions • Real estate litigation • Appeals What makes us Different? Our constant efforts to remain a positive difference to our clients as a high-quality legal services provider. • We maintain very high ethical norms • We understand client requirements before initiating work • We regularly remain in touch with clients and answer in a timely manner • We believe in long-term relationships with clients and are adaptable to create fee structures suitable to client expectations • We provide a one-firm knowledge to clients while working with our different departments and network offices • We maintain a friendly work atmosphere, hire, engage a highly-quality and happy team of professionals • We provide opportunities for sustainable professional and personal growth to the team and deserving appreciation for the performance Our Vision. Our vision is to provide first-rate representation while maximizing client value. By focusing our practice on Physicians, and entrepreneurs we have developed a tailored approach to meeting the needs of our clientele with our specialized knowledge of their businesses. This focus leads to raised efficiency that changes directly into value for you, the client. Hercules Pappas is a true business lawyer, and loves to play a role in all regards of a business’s lifespan, from an initial organization, securing financing, adding employees, managing growth and development, and, when required, winding down and dissolution. Conclusion of Law and Legal Definition The role of lawyers in society is of great importance. They being part of the system of delivering justice holds great honor and respect in society. A Lawyer, as an officer of the Court, also has the responsibility to provide services of sound quality. It is the duty of an advocate to uphold the dignity and decorum of the Court, and ensure that at no point in time, he oversteps the limits of propriety.
Law Essay Tips: 5 Tips on Writing an Effective Essay
So, it is that time of the year when you have to submit back to back law essays while maintaining the content quality throughout the document. As daunting as it may sound, you cannot just skip the submissions and have to meet the deadlines to get good grades. However, to lessen your burden, you can avail online Law essay writing service similar to law essays to help the UK on the internet. Besides, if you are determined to complete the task yourself, you might need some guidance to compose a well-crafted paper. For this, we have covered the top 5 tips and tricks to help you on the go. 1. Brainstorming It is a no-brainer that creating an effective piece of writing that requires planning and a complete understanding of the essay prompt. You must know all the basic rules of composition and prepare your mind accordingly. Skipping this step often ends up in a vague and poorly structured document. So, next time you sit down to put your thoughts into words, make sure you are certain about your ideas. You can also polish your writing skills by composing a small write-up to give yourself a head start. 2. Picking a Topic With multiple topic options at hand, you should go for the one you have interest in. Usually, students are more into topic relating to crimes and international law which makes it easier for them to write about it. Similarly, if you have a particular preference, work by it. Even if the choice is unpopular among the law students, stick to it. Your originality and uniqueness are what’s going to impress your professor. 3. Creating an Outline A Law essay is not something you can write about without thinking about what content to include in each of the sections. Here, creating an outline allows you to give a structure that you can follow throughout the document. If you are writing a short essay, make sure it has three parts, an introduction, body paragraph, and conclusion. In case it is a long essay, there must be at least three main ideas i.e. body paragraphs and rest remains the same. Follow this standard structure of writing below to come up with an organized essay. Sample Outline · First Paragraph – Introduction - Starting sentence - Thesis statement · Second Paragraph – Main Body - Information on the topic - Relevant statistics - Researches - Any other data related to the topic · Third Paragraph – Conclusion - Restating thesis statement - Supporting arguments - Call to action (if required) 4. Writing an Essay Now that you have the topic in mind and the structure defined, the next step to begin writing. It is done in four separate steps. Creating a Thesis Statement A thesis statement defines the matter around which your essay revolves. It can either be a phrase or a sentence that fits your writing style and requirements. However, it must sync with your introductory paragraph as it is included in the first section of the essay. This statement might take some of your time to craft, but it will be worth it in the end. Composing the Introduction You should make sure that the first paragraph of your essay is captivating enough to get the reader curious to read more. You can begin with a noble quote, fact, revelation or use a storyline to convey your main argument to the audience. Remember to choose the approach that goes perfectly with your thesis statement. Writing the Body Paragraph In this section, you need to explain the purpose of your writing, describe the main problem, and support your statements. It is structured in a way that the main idea comes after an introductory sentence, followed by supporting arguments and relevant authentic information. If you have divided the body paragraph into three sections, each one of them follows the same approach. Just ensure that you do not cite fake researches, and all the quotes citations are in one format. Concluding the Essay Many writers prefer to write the conclusion before the introduction so that they always have the end goal in mind. Considering you are writing a Law essay, you can include relevant laws, rules, and principles about the issue that is being addressed in the document. Furthermore, this is where you need to sum up your topic and give your opinion on the matter. So, make sure the conclusion clearly states your stance with the thesis statement restated in the paragraph. 5. Proofreading and Editing Before you consider the essay to be finished, do a review, and edit your written content. At times, some mistakes go unnoticed and might become a reason for poor grades. Remember, that law essays take time to compose as you have to include authentic information with correct references. If you think you cannot do this on your own, reach out to your professors or friends to help you. Otherwise, we are always here for you. Ping us today and submit your queries and get an expert to guide you in no time. Good Luck!
Can Coronavirus Impact Mergers And Acquisitions in UAE?
With coronavirus causing economic turmoil, destructing many businesses, most importantly severe health concerns and is now raising up to causing sincere concerns in mergers and acquisition transactions. All interested businesses deciding to proceed with merger and acquisition transactions amidst this time or who had already signed the agreements, will without a doubt need to reexamine bargain terms and mull over a wide assortment of explicit difficulties. In this article, Legal Consultants of Dubai will highlight some key issues that gatherings to M&A exchanges ought to consider in both general society and private M&A setting. The wave-like development of lockdowns over the world through the span of 2020 has fundamentally influenced worldwide assembling and flexibly chains and caused significant unsettling influences for organizations. The UAE is the focal center point for M&A exchanges, and Covid-19 will affect how such exchanges will be led in the up and coming months. Despite which way the pandemic takes, and whether we can hope to see a change or a brisk or long come back to typical lifestyle, it is expected to state that an incredible number of organizations will acquire monetary harm. Additionally, parties who have already signed the merger or acquisition agreement of sale of asset agreements should carefully scrutinize the agreement and specifically to check for the clauses for material unfavorable/adverse change and if they have been activated. Material unfavorable change clauses in SPAs regularly furnish a purchaser with an option to end the agreement if in the interim time of signing and completion of the transfer an occasion or situation happens that has, or is sensibly prone to have, a material unfavorable impact on the objective organization/business. In light of a legitimate concern for conviction, a test is ordinarily included for deciding if the occasion or situation is "material" (for instance, it might just be "material" on the off chance that it brings about a predetermined decrease in the net resources or total compensation of the objective organization/business). On the other hand, sellers will regularly contend that a material unfavorable clause ought to be barely defined with the end goal that it relates explicitly to the objective organization/business and explicitly prohibits different issues, for example, scourges, pandemics, demonstrations of fear-based oppression, cataclysmic events and such. On the off chance, that such a clause is drafted along these lines, at that point, it would certainly not be activated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID19 pandemic, and the subsequent economic situations, might trigger such clauses of material adverse change in a SPA. Eventually, this will rely upon the exact wording of the said clause and some other significant provisions in the SPA. Parties to SPAs ought to deliberately survey and think about the applicable arrangements, and look for legitimate guidance from the Corporate Lawyers of Dubai or Lawyers expert in Mergers and Acquisitions on the off chance that they are in any uncertainty. Contingent upon the nature and conditions of the exchange, there might be different issues to consider. Every commercial transaction shall be inspected on its own merits and benefits and the parties shall figure out the pertinent issues in light of the pandemic situation or other adverse changes globally.