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Avoiding a Dog’s BreakfastSome Timely Reminders of How to Effectively Limit the Universe of Purported Representations upon which Fraud Claims Can be Made

USA - August 13 2018 A “dog’s breakfast” is one of my favorite British expressions. It can sum up a muddled mess of confusing and contradictory allegations and purported...


Post-Closing Purchase Price Adjustment MechanicsDistinguishing Expert Determinations from Arbitrations

USA - August 6 2018 Calling something by its correct name matters. Indeed, “the power to name allows us to make important distinctions.” A zebra may look like a short...


Something Borrowed May Make You BlueRe-Examining New York Choice of Law Clauses

USA - June 27 2018 New York’s highest court recently ruled, in 2138747 Ontario, Inc. v. Samsung C&T Corp., No. 57, 2018 NY Slip Op 04274 (N.Y. June 12, 2018), that a...


Cognitive Dissonance in the Common Law of Contracts: Oral Modifications to Written Agreements that Purport to Invalidate Oral Modifications

USA, United Kingdom - May 29 2018 As every first year law student knows, and as every deal professional should know, the common law imposes very few formalities regarding the...


How Anti-Assignment Workarounds Work (or Not)

United Kingdom - May 2 2018 There are three basic structures that private equity buyers utilize in acquiring a target business, each of which has several possible variations of...

Maryam Naghavi.