Small Business Issues In Government Contracts Mergers & Acquisitions

West LegalEdcenter

02/03/2015

Government Contracts + Public Procurement

Daniel E. Chudd

Daniel E. Chudd

Webinar

The vast majority of government contracts transactions involve small businesses, but even experienced industry professional may not be aware of the many regulatory nuances related to these deals. In this webinar, practitioners who have worked on numerous small business transactions will discuss small business government contract issues that they have seen in the market. From properly drafting a letter of intent to maintaining contract value post-acquisition, the webinar provides valuable insight for investors, strategic buyers and small business owners. The webinar will cover the following topics:

  • Avoiding Affiliation in Letters of Intent—Drafting tips to avoid jeopardizing small business status before a transaction is complete.
  • Small Business Due Diligence—Key compliance issues for small business supply and services contracts.
  • Assessing the Value of Current Set-Asides—Examining the transferability of small business contracts to buyers.
  • Drafting Purchase Agreement—Drafting tips to address liability for small business issues.
  • Minority Investment Issues—Making it possible to maintain small business status while taking on a minority investor.
  • Post-Acquisition—Reviewing common issues that large businesses face post-acquisition.

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