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What areas should be addressed during the course of a due diligence investigation of a company?

The buyer usually requests the seller to disclose information in areas including, but not limited to:

  • corporate formation
  • governing documents
  • financial statements
  • capitalization
  • taxes
  • employees
  • liabilities
  • real property
  • personal property
  • inventory
  • contracts
  • accounts receivables and payables
  • insurance
  • intellectual property
  • environmental issues
  • customers
  • suppliers
  • vendors
  • products
  • permits
  • licenses
  • equipment and affiliates

Our firm can provide advice about the specific documents and information to request in each of these areas.