In Focus: Due Diligence

| 01 July 2009

This month we venture into the business side of regulatory with an issue concentrating on due diligence. Due diligence is usually thought of as an investigation of facts about a company or product by a concerned party, often a potential buyer. In the regulatory context, we would normally expect to see due diligence conducted as part of the acquisition of a company or product line. Particularly in the drug world, the regulatory status of products can be a deciding factor in a sale or merger. However, due diligence could also be internal: confirmation by management or others that certain regulatory steps have been taken, or that products are properly licensed and procedures correctly dealt with.


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