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May 1, 2017

Working capital adjustments protect buyers and sellers from working capital volatility after they agree upon a purchase price. Understanding that this involves a mix of both legal and accounting concepts is critical to contractual interpretation and accounting-related nuances in merger and acquisition (M&A) activity.

In a new article in Lawyer Issue, A&M Managing Directors Anthony Caporrino and Jonathan Vanderveen provide guidance for counsel to address working capital matters and to navigate disputes if and when they arise. They discuss counsel’s understanding of the intricacies of working capital adjustments and disputes in order to best serve clients.


Tips on Preparing For and Navigating Through Working Capital Disputes