Bid Process Letters

This Practice Note explains the purpose and key components of a bid process letter (also known as a bid procedure letter) in an M&A auction, outlines important disclaimers and reservations to consider when drafting the letter and highlights best practices in bidding procedures.

Robert S. Reder and Dean W. Sattler, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP


 

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