Trademark Due Diligence in Mergers and Acquisitions

A Practice Note discussing a prospective buyer's due diligence review of trademarks as part of a merger or acquisition. Topics covered include the purpose and scope of trademark due diligence, key areas of inquiry and review, categories of information to be requested from the target, the review and analysis of the due diligence materials and preparation of a due diligence report.

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