"The Use of Social Media in Deals"
Thursday, September 12, 2013
2:00 - 2:45 pm, eastern [archive and transcript to follow]
With social media continuing to take off, it was inevitable that it would become part of the communications involved in deals. The question then becomes, what does that mean for regulatory purposes? For Rule 425? What should dealmakers be doing to monitor social media activity? And what are permissible ways for deal participants to leverage social media?
Join these experts:
- Mary Korby, Partner, K&L Gates LLP
- Lissa Perlman, Senior Partner, Kekst and Company
- Cedric Powell, Associate, K&L Gates LLP
Among other topics, this program will cover:
- What are common examples of social media use in deals?
- How should social media communications be treated for SEC filing purposes? For Rule 425?
- What types of activities are permissible? Which are not?
- What is the best way to leverage social media in deals?
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