Buy-side executives in an M&A deal negotiate with their sell-side counterparts for months, plying them for information, assessing the seller’s weaknesses and pressure points, and even making informal entreaties when the parties’ standstill agreement says they shouldn’t —all to get the best deal for the acquirer. Under Delaware’s contractarian corporate regime—that would seem to be a good thing.
Adam Farbiarz is an associate in the Litigation Department.
Adam’s practice encompasses a wide range of complex commercial litigation and dispute resolution. He represents clients in corporate governance, securities, and M&A-related disputes. Adam has also litigated a number of highly technical contract performance issues, including claims pertaining to the execution of a major construction project in Afghanistan, and the faulty implementation of a firmwide software build at a Fortune 200 company.
Before joining Proskauer, Adam founded and led a food service tech startup that continues to work with hundreds of restaurants in the New York City area and beyond.