Course Handbook  Course Handbook

Acquiring or Selling the Privately Held Company

Publication Date: May 2019 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: 9781402434099 Page Count: 778 pages

From: Acquiring or Selling the Privately Held Company 2019

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Letters of Intent and Other Preliminary Transaction Considerations (June 19, 2018) Joseph A. Castelluccio ~ Mayer Brown LLP
Chapter 2: Letters of Intent and Other Preliminary Considerations (February 11, 2019) Alexander B. Young ~ Schiff Hardin LLP
Chapter 3: Private Company M&A—General Business Considerations (PowerPoint slides) John J. Herrold ~ Executive Director, Global Mergers & Acquisitions, J.P. Morgan
Chapter 4: Transitional Risk Insurance: Key to Managing Risk in Mergers & Acquisitions Steven E. Klein ~ Senior Vice President, FINPRO - Transactional Risk Practice, Marsh Risk & Insurance Services
Chapter 5: What About Us? Is Representations & Warranties Insurance Available for Middle Market Transactions? Joseph Ehrlich ~ President , Owens Group Insurance
Chapter 6: Private Equity M&A 2018 Year in Review David Leinwand ~ Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
Chapter 7: IP Issues in Buying & Selling Technology Companies: What I Learned as Outside Counsel & General Counsel (Substantive Outline) Joseph Yang ~ PatentEsque Law Group, LLP
Chapter 8: Keeping Your “Business-Case-Driven IP Strategy” in Focus When Conducting IP Due Diligence and IP Audits (March 14, 2019) Mark Stallion ~ Greensfelder
Chapter 9: Intellectual Property Due Diligence Considerations: What Enquiring Minds Want to Know Anne S. Jordan ~ Mandell Menkes LLC
Chapter 10: Michael T. Frank and Benjamin D. Clark, Overview of Select Employee Benefit Issues Related to Transactions Involving Privately-Held Businesses Michael T. Frank ~ Hogan Lovells US LLP
Chapter 11: Private Company M&A 2019: Employee Benefit and Executive Compensation Issues (PowerPoint slides) J. Mark Poerio ~ The Wagner Law Group
Chapter 12: Deal-Breaking M&A Issues Related to Employee Benefit Plans and Executive Compensation (June 20, 2018) J. Mark Poerio ~ The Wagner Law Group
Chapter 13: Sample Stock Purchase Agreement David W. Pollak ~ Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
Chapter 14: Sample Asset Purchase Agreement David W. Pollak ~ Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
Chapter 15: Indemnification Provisions (February 11, 2019) Pran Jha ~ Sidley Austin LLP
Chapter 16: Outline of Special Issues Involved in Acquiring Divisions or Subsidiaries of Larger Companies Ari Lanin ~ Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Chapter 17: Duties and Benefits of Special Committees (February 1, 2019) Elizabeth C. Kitslaar ~ Jones Day
Chapter 18: Katherine L. Henderson and Lori W. Will, Controlling Stockholder Transactions: The Ins, the Outs, and Developing Trends Katherine L. Henderson ~ Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Chapter 19: Earnouts in Private Company M&A: Selected Considerations Sarah P. Payne ~ Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Chapter 20: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Formal Opinion 2001-2: Conflicts in Corporate and Transactional Matters (April 16, 2001) Ellen L. Hayes ~ Linklaters LLP
Chapter 21: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Formal Opinion 2002-3: The “No-Contact Rule” and Advising a Client in Connection with Communications Conceived or Initiated by the Client with a Represented Party (May 1, 2002) Ellen L. Hayes ~ Linklaters LLP
Chapter 22: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Formal Opinion 2003-02: Undisclosed Taping of Conversations by Lawyers (February 2, 2003) Ellen L. Hayes ~ Linklaters LLP
Chapter 23: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Formal Opinion 2003-04: Obligations Upon Receiving a Communication Containing Confidences or Secrets Not Intended for the Recipient (April 2, 2003) Ellen L. Hayes ~ Linklaters LLP
Chapter 24: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Formal Opinion 2005-05: Unforeseeable Concurrent Client Conflicts (July 1, 2005) Ellen L. Hayes ~ Linklaters LLP
Chapter 25: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Formal Opinion 2006-1: Advance Waivers of Future Conflicts Ellen L. Hayes ~ Linklaters LLP
Chapter 26: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Formal Opinion 2007-1: Applicability of DR 7-104 (The “No-Contact Rule”) to Contacts with In-House Counsel Ellen L. Hayes ~ Linklaters LLP
Chapter 27: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Formal Opinion 2007-3: Corporate-Family Conflicts; Duty of Loyalty; Duty to Preserve Confidences and Secrets Ellen L. Hayes ~ Linklaters LLP
Chapter 28: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Formal Opinion 2009-1: The No-Contact Rule and Communications Sent Simultaneously to Represented Persons and Their Lawyers Ellen L. Hayes ~ Linklaters LLP
Chapter 29: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Formal Opinion 2018-4: Duties When an Attorney Is Asked to Assist in a Suspicious Transaction Ellen L. Hayes ~ Linklaters LLP
Chapter 30: Ethical Issues in Negotiating Transactions (March 8, 2018) Jodi A. Simala ~ Mayer Brown LLP
Nina L. Flax ~ Mayer Brown LLP
Chapter 31: Michael S. Sackheim, Topic: Key Professional Responsibility Issues (March 2018) Ellen L. Hayes ~ Linklaters LLP
Michael J. Traube ~ Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
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