By Marko W. Kipa, Anne B. Perry, and Lucantonio N. Salvi
An acquisition transaction involving a government contractor brings with it a unique set of rules and regulations. There is no shortage of frequently changing and complex requirements regulating a government contractor’s operations, and a firm grasp of these requirements is crucial both to arriving at a proper valuation of a target company and to understanding the risks associated with the transaction.
Three of our Government Contracts lawyers – Marko W. Kipa, Anne B. Perry, and Lucantonio N. Salvi – recently published an article that assists buyers and sellers in identifying the most common risk areas in an acquisition transaction involving a government contractor. With permission of The Government Contractor, the article is reproduced in full in this issue of our blog.
Click here to view a PDF copy of the article.