The Deal Lawyer’s Weapons in the War on COVID-19 covers the basic legal and economic principles a deal lawyer is likely to face in advising clients on issues arising out of the COVID-19 crisis.

The book will help lawyers who work in general business law and those who focus on M&A law, quickly identify many of the business law issues that arise as a result of COVID-19 in areas including: benefits adopted by the CARES Act (e.g., the Paycheck Protection Program), financial assistance adopted the Federal Reserve Board, corporate and securities laws, antitrust laws, Federal income tax, regulation of cross-border transactions, valuation of companies, contract drafting, and bankruptcy.   

Written by expert in the field Samuel C. Thompson, Jr., this is a companion piece to the author’s other PLI title, Mergers, Acquisitions and Tender Offer

Publication Date: July 2020
Last Updated: July 2020
ISBN: 9781402436857
Page Count: 260 pages
Number of Volumes: 1

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