Due Diligence Reviews

Due diligence reviews are typically conducted prior to purchasing, investing in or contracting with a corporation.

A due diligence review involves a review of a business. It is typically undertaken prior to the investment in or purchase of a corporation or the entering into of a contract with a corporation.

The nature of the review varies depending on the circumstances, but could involve a review of the following matters:

  • Corporate books and records
  • Banking, financing and accounting records
  • Tax records
  • Bankruptcy, PPSA and litigation searches
  • Material agreements such as customer, supplier and licensing agreements
  • Employment matters including records, agreements and information concerning any benefit plans
  • Litigation matters
  • Intellectual property
  • Insurance
  • Privacy and internet

To learn more about how Burshtein Law can help you with your due diligence reviews, contact us to schedule a consultation.

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