Industry Protocol Helps M&A Lawyers Execute Deals in Digital Age

Growth in the use of digital tools has altered the way corporate M&A deals are executed. Complex deals are now routinely conceived, negotiated, signed, and closed without parties ever meeting in person. In this new environment, lawyers need to ensure that important legal principles are not left behind.

The MAC Digital Documentation Protocol is an effort by a group of seasoned M&A lawyers (members of the Technology Subcommittee of the ABA Mergers & Acquisitions Committee) to develop a series of guiding principles for parties to use when documenting transactions in a fully digital age.


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