Due Diligence


In the process of selling or acquiring a business interest, due diligence inquiries concerning the status and extent of the target's intellectual property and information technology are as important in many cases as due diligence inquiries concerning the target's physical assets and customer lists.  Dickinson Bradshaw's intellectual property attorneys have extensive experience developing due diligence checklists for making necessary inquiries concerning intellectual property and information technology when representing either buyers or sellers of businesses.  We are also available to counsel clients who want to conduct their own due diligence inquiries and help them analyze the results and the risks associated with the assets.

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