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16 March 2020

COVID-19 and what it means for M&A Transactions and MAC Clauses

A MAC clause covers a “material adverse change”, meaning that a party (typically the buyer) can withdraw from an agreement if an event has occurred that has caused a material adverse change, usually to target’s value or general financial circumstances. In order for the other party (typically the seller) to accept a MAC clause, the clause will, if triggered, sometimes include compensation to the other party.

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