Mergers and Acquisitions - Bargains Abound, But Buyers Beware

James A. Rubenstein
Summer 2009 Firm Newsletter

"Buyer's remorse" is that sinking feeling that the price you paid for an asset is too high.  A different kind of buyer's remorse can occur if the price paid was too low.  This remorse can come long after the sale is completed, when the buyer receives a demand to either return the property or pay more for it because the sale was a fraudulent transfer.

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