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What You Need to Know About Mergers and Acquisitions Involving Government Contractors and Their Suppliers



by John W. Chierichella
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP - Washington Office

Keith R. Szeliga
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP - Washington Office

February 16, 2017

Previously published on January 2017

Mergers and acquisitions create additional costs and complex accounting issues for government contractors. There are fees for accounting, legal, and business consultants. There may be restructuring costs associated with combining business operations. Segments may be closed and retirement plans may be terminated. Golden handcuffs and golden parachutes are also common. Assets may be revalued, goodwill may be created, and there may be changes in cost accounting practices.


 

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