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AT/Grant Thornton LLP Present- Key Technology in M&A Deals

September 27, 2018 at 7:45am9:15am (CDT)
David B. Jennings, Mark L. Stoneman, Will Whatton & Tracy Hennesy
Armstrong Teasdale LLP

7700 Forsyth Blvd., Suite 1800
St. Louis, Missouri 63105
 

Managing technology in an M&A deal can be overwhelming. Risks are not limited to deals involving tech companies, and if such risks are not clearly identified, your company could incur avoidable losses. Learn more about due diligence specific to technology assets, the impact of regulatory compliance, and how to protect your company and your data through reps and warranties.

In today’s fast paced M&A world, companies embracing digital technology (Cloud Providers, Robotic Process Automation, etc.) are accelerating their post-close activities, maximizing synergies and engineering a business foundation to react swiftly to economic changes such as Tax Reform. Traditional technology slows down the post close process and is not nimble enough to react or plan for changes, limiting potential M&A synergies.

Presented by Armstrong Teasdale Partner and Co-Founder of the Tech Law Practice Area David Jennings, Partner and Corporate Services Practice Group Leader, Mark Stoneman, and Grant Thornton Senior Manager Will Whatton and Partner Tracy Hennesy

This program has been accredited for 1.2 Missouri Continuing Legal Education Credits. If you are interested in applying for credits in other jurisdictions, please note that you will receive a Certificate of Attendance after completing the program and an online evaluation. Also, 1 hour of CPE will be available to attendees who attend in person.