Deal Protection: One Size Does Not Fit All

This Article discusses why dealmakers and their advisers should negotiate deal protection terms on the basis of the specific facts and circumstances of their transaction, and avoid arguments based on recent precedent.

David Fox and Daniel Wolf, Kirkland & Ellis LLP


 

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