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Court of Chancery Explains Anti-Reliance Law

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FdG Logistics LLC v. A&R Logistics Holdings Inc., C.A. 9706-CB (February 23, 2016)

Merger or company sale agreements frequently include clauses limiting what a buyer may rely upon after due diligence, particularly when there is some hold back of the merger or sale consideration that the buyer may seek to retain after the closing based on a misrepresentation claim. But as this careful decision explains, the elimination of reliance claims needs to be in a clause applying to the buyer, not just in a clause that tries to limit the representations from the seller. These clauses need very careful drafting and this decision explains how that should be done.

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