Assessing the Value of Intellectual Property Rights in M&A Deals Involving Government Contractors

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King & Spalding – The value of a government contractor can take several forms. For example, the value can be based on the number of government contracts it holds with high monetary ceilings or contracts with long periods of performance. A contractor’s value can also lie with its key personnel who have a trusted performance record and expertise that federal government agencies highly value. The IP rights associated with the products or services of a government contractor can also provide substantial value. This article will walk through the various factors to consider in mergers and acquisitions when assessing the value of a government contractor’s IP.

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