About The Webinar

Mergers, acquisitions, and other corporate transactions may trigger a host of export compliance and government procurement-related issues depending on the business of the target company, the structure of the transaction (e.g., asset purchase v. stock purchase), the identity of the purchaser, and many other factors. Buyers and sellers need to be aware of these issues to ensure that risk is allocated properly in the purchase agreement, both in terms of the representations and warranties contained in the agreement itself as well as through escrow/special indemnity funds to protect against future losses after the closing. Join ST&R for a discussion of these issues that will help prepare you and your company for corporate transactions involving export compliance and/or government procurement issues.

Key Topics

  • Asset v. stock purchases and the issue of government contract novation
  • Conducting export compliance and government contract due diligence
  • Special indemnity issues 
  • Export controls, M&A, and CFIUS
  • Small and minority business certification issues in M&A transactions
  • Representations and warranties in purchase agreements


Joshua L. Rodman


JOSHUA L. RODMAN is a Member with Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., resident in the Miami, Florida office. Mr. Rodman prides himself on delivering efficient and creative advice to executives in an ever-increasingly complex regulatory environment. His practice focuses on export issues including ITAR, EAR  and OFAC compliance. He also is experienced in CFIUS, Buy American Act and "Buy America" compliance.



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