Upcoming Spring 2012 CLE National Institutes

The National Law Review is pleased to bring you information about the ABA’s Upcoming Spring 2012 CLE National Institutes:

Learn and network at these in-person,full-day or multi-day seminars held live in various locations across the country that draw lawyers from across the nation.

Upcoming Spring 2012 CLE National Institutes

The National Law Review is pleased to bring you information about the ABA’s Upcoming Spring 2012 CLE National Institutes:

 

Learn and network at these in-person,full-day or multi-day seminars held live in various locations across the country that draw lawyers from across the nation.

The 16th Annual National Institute on Negotiating Business Acquisitions

The National Law Review wants to remind you to mark your calendars for the 16th Annual National Institute on Negotiating Business Acquisitions presented by the ABA’s  Business Law Section Mergers and Acquisitions Committee, General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division, and the Center for Continuing Legal Education:

Negotiating Business Acquisitions

Event Information

When:  November 10 – 11, 2011

Where:  The Ritz-Carlton Miami Beach | South Beach Miami
                 1 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach, FL, 33139-2000

 

Primary Sponsors

 

 

  • Highlights

This National Institute includes an extensive mock negotiation that will give you valuable insights on negotiating key representations, warranties, closing conditions and indemnification provisions in an acquisition agreement. Advance preparation is not needed for this program.

  • Program Description

This two-day National Institute will provide you with an expert perspective on negotiating business acquisitions.

Panelists include nationally known mergers & acquisitions attorneys who will discuss all facets of the acquisition process, including techniques used in structuring and negotiating M&A deals; the tax and securities law aspects of business acquisitions; and the impact of recent legal and regulatory developments on M&A transactions.

The program will examine both fundamental and cutting-edge issues, with sessions addressing
the following:

  • The key business, financial, and legal terms of the acquisition agreement
  • Special issues in asset acquisitions
  • Tax considerations in M&A transactions
  • Acquisitions of public companies and related Delaware and securities law considerations
  • An investment banker’s perspective on M&A trends
  • Recent developments, including the role of private equity buyers
  • Ethical issues in M&A transactions