Dispute resolution | 01 April 2015

The increase in M&A transactions which many firms have seen in recent times will inevitably spawn a rise in the disputes which follow when a buyer has not bought quite what it had bargained for. The extent of the warranty given by a seller is an important element of the transaction and the value to the buyer of a business. And if the warranty is breached, the buyer will need to be confident that it can enforce its warranties. 
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