"Selling the Public Company: Methods, Structures, Process, Negotiating, Terms & Director Duties"
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
(this webcast was postponed from June 11th)
2:00 - 2:45 pm, eastern [archive and transcript to follow]
With M&A deal volume returning to near pre-financial crisis levels, the legal and commercial parameters of what you can - and canít do (or should and shouldn't do) - when shopping and agreeing to sell control of a public company are evolving due to judicial decisions, legislative developments and market conditions. Please join our panel of experts:
- Cliff Neimeth, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig, LLP
- Ray DiCamillo, Director, Richards Layton & Finger PA
- Mark Gentile, Director, Richards Layton & Finger PA
Among the topics that will be discussed, are:
- The advice leading practitioners are giving directors and management, generally, in view of recent judicial and legislative developments and market conditions
- The pre-sign market check vis a vis single buyer strategies and post-sign passive market checks and go-shops
- Confidentiality & Standstill agreements and their interplay with definitive merger agreements
- Balancing buyer deal protections and seller fiduciary protections
- Appraisal rights, stockholder activists, deal jumpers and other deal threats
- Managing conflicts (insiders and financial advisors)
- Mitigating injunction and other litigation risks
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