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Spin-offs 2016

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Why You Should Attend Business separation transactions represent a substantial portion of all M&A transactions.  Many of these take the form of spin-offs, equity carve-outs and similar architectures not involving an outright sale.  But what is a spin-off, what makes it different from other types of business separation transactions, and why are people doing more of them?  This program will provide an in-depth perspective on the ...

M&A Default Rule Roulette: Winning the Bet with the Law You Pick

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

When negotiating the deal, going-silent could be pro-buyer or pro-seller depending on the law you pick. Comparing Delaware, New York and Texas laws, this panel of seasoned M&A pros will separate fact from fiction on what happens when you go silent and when you test the freedom-of-contract limits of common, yet potentially outcome-determinative deal points.   Topics will include: Sandbagging (aka preserving the benefit-of-the-bargain) ...

Nuts and Bolts of Poison Pills

One-Hour Briefing  One-Hour Briefing

Shareholder rights plans, also known as poison pills, are an extraordinarily effective takeover defense.  However, they also continue to be a source of intense scrutiny by proxy advisory firms.    At first blush, the mechanics of rights plans can seem dauntingly complex. Leading M&A practitioners Francis J. Aquila and Melissa Sawyer from Sullivan & Cromwell LLP will guide you through how a rights plan works.  ...

Doing Deals 2016: The Art of M&A Transactional Practice

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Why You Should Attend The M&A market boom returned in 2015.   In addition to the reappearance of the mega deal, the market has also seen a flurry of hostile deals, cross-border “inversion” transactions (which have been slowed by recent regulatory action), as well as spin-offs and a record number of activist campaigns. Continued high levels of M&A litigation is also giving rise to a flurry of decisions and bench rulings ...

Acquiring or Selling the Privately Held Company 2016

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Why You Should Attend At this perennial favorite, our experienced faculty will walk you through all of the steps associated with acquiring and selling a privately held company, whether it is a large independent corporation, a division or subsidiary of a large public company, or a smaller venture capital-backed or family-owned entrepreneurial enterprise. You will learn about the special issues that apply when a private equity firm is the buyer or ...

Seventeenth Annual Private Equity Forum

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Why You Should Attend Since the financial crisis a few years ago, private equity firms have been dealing with its aftermath, including increased regulatory and legislative scrutiny of their activities and the activities of their funds as well as difficult environments in which to raise new funds and to get deals done.  Many firms were required to register as investment advisers with the SEC and a number of newly registered firms are now undergoing ...


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