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Privacy and Security Best Practices in M&A Transactions

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December 6, 2023

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As new privacy laws become effective across the United States, it is more important than ever to consider data privacy and cybersecurity as a key issue in any M&A transaction, including a sale under section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code. While certain industries, such as technology and health care, may be more susceptible to privacy concerns, any business that collects, stores, or retains consumer data should consider data privacy regulations. In this article published in the Journal of Corporate Renewal, Lisa Vandesteeg, Lauren Wiley, and Heidi Hockberger share privacy and cybersecurity best practices for M&A transactions, whether representing a buyer or seller.

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Filed under: Corporate, Financial Services & Restructuring, Intellectual Property

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