Model Merger Agreement for the Acquisition of a Public Company
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This is an eBook version of an invaluable resource to practitioners and students of the craft of structuring, documenting and negotiating public company transactions. The Model Merger Agreement for the Acquisition of a Public Company will enlighten practitioners around the world regarding best practices in the public acquisition field. In addition to well-crafted contractual provisions, the Model Agreement contains extensive commentary that explicates the purpose and meaning of the provisions, and often suggests alternative approaches that could be employed in negotiating the particular facet of the deal. Those who will benefit from this work are M&A deal lawyers who structure large, sophisticated transactions, lawyers who only occasionally engage in public company transactional practice and want to hone their skills, and law professors desiring a comprehensive vehicle for introducing law students to the subject of public M&A.
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