25
Jan
2013

If Mergers Pick Up, Can Lawsuits Be Far Behind

CFO.com

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The lull in mergers and acquisitions over the past year has been accompanied by a similar lull in corporate conversations about the lawsuit risks that directors and officers face. Tamped down by infrequent M&A activity, litigation has waned, leading to a marked disinterest in D&O coverage among corporate insurance buyers.

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