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Seller's Liability for Business Facing Financial Difficulty

April 2009

International Law Office
On June 24, 2008, a court decision outlined the exact measure of risk involved when a company undergoing reorganization aims to sell a branch of activity in economic distress. The decision raises a number of questions relating to the extent of a seller's liability following the sale of a business facing financial difficulty.

The team

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