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Transition services agreements: the seller’s perspective

When a business is sold or divested, the seller often enters into a Transition Services Agreement (TSA) with the buyer. TSAs impose obligations on the seller to provide services to the buyer to ensure the acquired business can operate without undue interruption between closing, post-closing, and complete separation. A previous post on this blog discussed … Continue reading

Transition services agreements in M&A deals – buyer beware

For years, companies have been increasing profits by outsourcing and engaging third parties to provide business process and information technology services. As well, business units and subsidiaries within companies increasingly integrate systems, share databases and centralize functions to create efficiencies. All of this means that in an M&A deal, it’s important to consider how to … Continue reading
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