Dual capitalization can be used in two different senses. The first meaning refers to the presence of two classes of stock in a publicly traded company with different voting rights assigned. The second meaning refers to a method of business valuation differentiating levels of risk associated to tangible and intangible assets.
Earnouts are difficult legal clauses to manage and can often lead to misunderstanding and difficulty realizing them. Here is a practical example of some of the pitfalls that sellers should watch for.
Purchase and Sale Agreement
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