Tag Archives: Reps and Warranties Insurance

Reps and Warranties Insurance: Increasingly Indispensable Part of M&A Deals

Representations and warranties insurance has been around for years, but it is becoming an increasingly important part of M&A transactions, according to an August 24, 2015 Law 360 article (here). According to the article, more buyers are “embracing representations and warranties insurance” in order to “stand out in crowded auctions,” particularly where the seller is … Continue Reading

Reps and Warranties Insurance: Coverage for Diminution in Value Claims

The purchase of reps and warranties insurance is an increasingly common part of mergers and acquisitions transactions. However, a frequently recurring question with respect to this type of insurance is how it will respond if a claim arises based on an allegation that a seller has breached a financial statement warranty and the buyer is … Continue Reading

Reps and Warranties Insurance: Multiple-Based Damages Claims

The purchase of reps and warranties insurance is an increasingly common element of mergers and acquisitions transactions. But while the uptake of reps and warranties insurance has increased, concerns remain about how a reps and warranties insurance will respond if a claim arises based on an allegation that a seller has breached a financial statement … Continue Reading

Reps and Warranties Insurance: Why You Need It

In recent years, the uptake for M&A representations and warranties insurance has increased. Just the same, even now, the participants in the M&A transaction often do not always fully understand what they need to know about the insurance. In particular, some transaction parties don’t always appreciate why they need reps and warranties insurance protection. A July … Continue Reading

M&A Representations and Warranties Insurance:What Every Buyer and Seller Needs to Know

Insurance to provide coverage for breaches of representations or warranties in M&A transaction documents has been available in the marketplace for several years, but the specialty insurance product has not always been fully understood. More recently, interest in the product has grown and the product has improved, and so take-up for the product has increased … Continue Reading
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