Mergers & Acquisitions Integrated Library
When you’re navigating through tough mergers and acquisitions issues, you need a comprehensive, reliable and current resource that provides you with quick, accurate answers to even the most complex M & A questions. The Mergers and Acquisitions Integrated Library is a single online resource that gives you expert guidance from prominent authorities together with primary source materials that provide full text of laws, cases, explanations and more. The key works from Ginsburg and Levin bring you their expert insights and lead you through every aspect of mergers and acquisitions law including: structuring winning transactions, selecting the best business entity, establishing venture capital or private equity funds, and growth-equity investment and buyout. The Library is designed to follow your workflow--links in the treatises give you instant access to the related primary source materials. The core library comprises the following works:
Mergers, Acquisitions, and Buyouts by Martin D. Ginsburg and Jack S. Levin This invaluable resource provides deal-making strategies that will ensure the best financial and tax benefits for your clients. Mergers, Acquisitions, and Buyouts covers not only the federal income tax aspects of acquisitions, but also the other aspects of corporate acquisitions, including state corporate law, securities law, accounting, fraudulent conveyance law, HSR antitrust reporting, and contract terms that are important in negotiating, structuring and effectuating an acquisition.
Structuring Venture Capital, Private Equity, and Entrepreneurial Transactions by Jack S. Levin This insightful resource offers detailed strategies to help you minimize tax and other liabilities, maximize your clients’ returns, and avoid a myriad of legal pitfalls. You’ll find a dynamic transaction-by-transaction approach, offering unparalleled coverage of the tax, SEC, corporate, accounting, HSR, bankruptcy and economic consequences of every type of transaction.
Delaware Law of Corporations and Business Organizations by Jesse A. Finkelstein and R. Franklin Balotti The authors offer expert advice for directors and officers regarding M & A activity. Includes coverage and interpretation of Delaware law and practice.
Structuring Mergers and Acquisitions: A Guide to Creating Shareholder Value by Peter Hunt This guide establishes a framework for analyzing each transaction from a financial perspective, and evaluating options in terms of how they create value today or to better position a company. It provides expert analytical case studies of real M &A deals as well as guidance, tips and techniques for managing every phase of a merger, acquisition or restructuring, with the goal of increasing value. Structuring Mergers & Acquisitions provides expert guidance on analyzing transactions from a financial perspective and evaluating options in terms of how they create value today or better position the company to build value tomorrow. While technical aspects of deal making are addressed, the focus of this book is on translating technical expertise into increased value for the company and its shareholders. The book includes authoritative discussions of critical topics, including:
How shareholder value relates to mergers & acquisitions, and different methodologies for valuing a transaction:
- How accounting can influence value creating
- Transactions that may be encountered (mergers, joint ventures, spin-offs, share repurchases and more)
- Methods of structuring from a legal standpoint
- Protecting against takeover threats
- Performing effective and complete due diligence
For each topic covered, Structuring Mergers & Acquisitions explores and critiques real-world examples of different types of transactions in a variety
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