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March-April Issue: Deal Lawyers Print Newsletter

This March-April issue of the Deal Lawyers print newsletter includes:

- A History Lesson: The SEC's Office of Mergers & Acquisitions
- A Look Back: Regulation M-A & The "Five-Business" Day Rule
- Still Risky Business: Unlicensed M&A Advisors After the Six Lawyers Letter
- The Board's Evolving Role in Shareholder Communications
- When You're Selling the Company, Are You Selling the Attorney-Client Privilege Too?
- "Dual Track" Structure Remains Useful to Strategic Acquirors: Even After DGCL Section 251(h)

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