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More Mock Negotiation... Plus a Salute to the Strine Era in M&A

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More Mock Negotiation... Plus a Salute to the Strine Era in M&A
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The panelists engage in an illustrative negotiation to shed light on one of the most contentious provisions in the definitive agreement for the acquisition of a privately held company – the closing condition addressing the buyer’s ability to walk away from an announced deal because of inaccurate representations by the seller. They devote the remainder of their session to a discussion of the lessons M&A practitioners have learned from retiring Delaware Chief Justice Leo Strine over the course of his two decades as a Delaware judge.

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  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 11/30/2021

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1. More Mock Negotiation... Plus a Salute to the Strine Era in M&A (Nov 2019)

Richard E. Climan, Joel I. Greenberg

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More Mock Negotiation... Plus a Salute to the Strine Era in M&A (Nov 2019)

The panelists will engage in an illustrative negotiation to shed light on one of the most contentious provisions in the definitive agreement for the acquisition of a privately held company – the closing condition addressing the buyer’s ability to walk away from an announced deal because of inaccurate representations by the seller. They will devote the remainder of their session to a discussion of the lessons M&A practitioners have learned from retiring Delaware Chief Justice Leo Strine over the course of his two decades as a Delaware judge.

Originally presented at: Oct 2019 Mergers and Acquisitions Institute

Richard E. Climan, Hogan Lovells US LLP - Silicon Valley, CA
Joel I. Greenberg, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP - New York, NY

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