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Merger and Acquisition

When companies merge, it means that instead of two brands, they become one. Sometimes a company takes the name of a merged one. 


When acquisitions are made, one bigger company buys a smaller one to gather its market share and brand name. 


These types of deals allow businesses to unite financial resources and intellectual property to develop their products or offerings further, and reach a larger audience.


When companies engage in mergers or acquisitions, they inherit the potential of the other company, as well as their potential liabilities.


As mentioned in the previous section, certain filings are required in order to legally carry out a merger or acquisition.


Reach out to an experienced M&A lawyer in order to learn more.