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17 blog posts found with category Mergers & Acquisitions

How can stockholders overcome hurdles to make a books and records request under state corporate law?And how can corporations defend against overbroad requests?
Stifling debate at board meetings can destroy value at your portfolio company
How should cash and rollover equity be treated in the working capital true-up?A different perspective on two common issues
What aspects of working capital should parties to a transaction be able to dispute?To limit disputes, the parties must first accurately define working capital
Should parties to a transaction use the working capital true-up to renegotiate purchase price?
Are you properly addressing working capital in your purchase agreement?A different perspective on working capital true-ups in M&A transactions
Is the current antitrust merger review process fair?The proposed SMARTER Act would usefully improve antitrust review
Chambers USA ranks Tucker Ellis's General Corporate/M&A/Securities practice and attorneysChristopher Hewitt and Robert Loesch ranked individually
Jayne Juvan to join in the Smart Business ASPIRE Cleveland 2018 Conference
Are you using the phrase "hold harmless" incorrectly? Does "indemnify" only apply to third-party claims?
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