M&A Post-Closing Disputes: Minimizing and Resolving Disputes Over Working Capital Adjustments and Earnouts
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will examine the common causes of M&A post-closing disputes regarding working capital adjustments and earnouts. The panel will discuss strategies for mitigating the likelihood of post-closing disputes, and considerations and best practices for resolving them.
- Common drivers of M&A post-closing disputes over the purchase price and earnouts
- Best practices to minimize conflicts
- Options and considerations for resolving disputes
The panel will review these and other top-line issues:
- What are the common reasons for and allegations involved in M&A post-closing disputes over working capital adjustments or earnouts?
- How can counsel minimize the likelihood of M&A post-closing disputes?
- What are the conventional processes for resolving M&A post-closing disputes and the pros and cons of each?
Gregory S. Brow
Mr. Brow represents publicly-traded corporations, privately-held businesses, and corporate executives in complex... | Read More
Mr. Brow represents publicly-traded corporations, privately-held businesses, and corporate executives in complex business litigation matters. His practice focuses on commercial and contractual disputes and business torts, shareholder and partnership disputes, M&A purchase price adjustment disputes, examinations and internal investigations, consumer class actions and securities class actions.Close
Senior Managing Director
Mr. Friedland is a Senior Managing Director in the FTI Consulting Forensic and Litigation Consulting practice and is... | Read More
Mr. Friedland is a Senior Managing Director in the FTI Consulting Forensic and Litigation Consulting practice and is based in New York. For the past 15 years, he has provided auditing, accounting and investigative expertise to attorneys in litigated and arbitrated disputes. He also provides advice in matters involving purchase price disputes, shareholder disputes, accountant malpractice, fraudulent conveyances, financial services, and banking litigation, business interruption, breach of contract and fraudulent financial reporting. He has provided expert testimony, has assisted counsel in independent corporate investigations and has served as the accountant to the receiver of several companies. Mr. Friedland is the responsible officer of Enterprise Mortgage Acceptance Company (EMAC), a former originator and servicer of CMOs.Close
Matthew L. Ogurick
Mr. Ogurick has broad experience in counseling public and private companies based in the U.S., Europe and Asia, private... | Read More
Mr. Ogurick has broad experience in counseling public and private companies based in the U.S., Europe and Asia, private equity firms and their portfolio clients, hedge and venture capital funds, sponsors, and entrepreneurs across a broad spectrum of legal matters with particular emphasis on M&As, joint ventures, public offerings and private placements of convertible debt and equity securities including ADR listings, SEC reporting and compliance, national exchange listings, corporate finance, legal opinion practice and early stage company structuring, formation and funding. Mr. Ogurick represents clients across a broad range of industries including infrastructure, commercial real estate, online advertising, federal government contracting, nuclear medicine, solar, healthcare laboratory, nanotechnology, and augmented and virtual reality. In addition, Mr. Ogurick counsels corporations and their boards of directors on matters of corporate governance.Close