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Canada: The Big MAC In M&A: Hold The Carve-Outs Please - Torys LLP

Mondaq Wednesday, 30 November 2016
In M&A, not all surprises are big enough to trigger a MAC (or material adverse change) clause, especially if they relate to a target's financial underperformance.
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