November 08, 2020

Law.com Trendspotter: A Biden Presidency Is Just One of Several Worries for Dealmakers Heading Into 2021

Global CRO Todd Albright discusses the potential impact that the result of the recent U.S. elections may have on M&A through 2020 and beyond. The article references Datasite's survey of 150 dealmakers on several geopolitical and economic factors that could impact global M&A over the next six to 12 months.

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