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Dealmaking Differences Between Strategic and Private Equity Players

Contains material from Nov 2019

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A deeper dive into the differences in how strategic and private equity acquirers do deals, and how those differences play out in the processes pursued and provisions negotiated. The panelists focus on how drafters can or should reflect those conceptual differences in illustrative definitive agreement provisions.

Includes: Video Audio Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 1.00
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 11/30/2020

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1. Dealmaking Differences Between Strategic and Private Equity Players: A Deeper Dive Into Processes and Provisions (Nov 2019)

David Rex, Dawud Crooms, Jeremiah Gordon, Kirsten J. Jensen

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Dealmaking Differences Between Strategic and Private Equity Players: A Deeper Dive Into Processes and Provisions (Nov 2019)

A deeper dive into the differences in how strategic and private equity acquirers do deals, and how those differences play out in the processes pursued and provisions negotiated. The panelists will focus on how drafters can or should reflect those conceptual differences in illustrative definitive agreement provisions.

Originally presented at: Oct 2019 Mergers and Acquisitions Institute

David Rex, Prophet Equity - Southlake, TX
Dawud Crooms, 7-Eleven, Inc. - Dallas, TX
Jeremiah Gordon, CapitalG - Mountain View, CA
Kirsten J. Jensen, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP - Palo Alto, CA and Houston, TX

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