M&A Transactions in the post-COVID-19 world
In the post-COVID-19 world, where many aspects of legal practice are being conducted virtually, the use of virtual data rooms (VDRs) for due diligence in M&A transactions is more important than ever. Setting up a VDR (also called a virtual deal room or project room) and managing a transaction can be a daunting task involving sensitive data, multiple parties, and varying levels of access. Therefore, counsel that host or administer VDRs for M&A transactions must understand the processes and tasks involved in using a VDR as well as the legal implications to optimize their chances of a successful M&A transaction.
What you will get from the White Paper?
iDeals together with M&A transactions expert Ashley Melidosian prepared a practice note “Using a Virtual Data Room for an M&A Transaction” that covers following topics:
- Why and When use VDR in M&A transactions
- VDR features: must-have list
- Checklist for preparing an effective VDR for your M&A transaction
- Practical tips about maintaining, populating and closing a VDR
This material was created specifically for Thomson Reuters Practical Law, which provides legal know-how that gives lawyers a better starting point.