Mergers, Acquisitions and Buyouts: A Transactional Analysis of the Governing Tax, Legal, and Accounting Considerations, Volumes 1-4

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When structuring mergers and acquisitions, there's only one way to be sure that you've thought of all the tax and legal consequences: rely on Ginsburg and Levin as you plan, develop, and execute your strategy. In four information-packed volumes these expert practitioners offer you: Solutions to real-life M&A problems as they arise in negotiations Step-by-step analysis of typical and non-typical transactional permutations Checklists, flow charts, and other at-a-glance practice materials. Whether you represent the buyer, The seller, or another interested party, you can go straight to a model agreement that gives you: A complete document structured to embody your client's interest Clauses addressing a wide variety of specific situations Specific language for even the smallest variations you're likely to encounter Each model agreement is introduced and extensively annotated with detailed legal and tax analysis. and now, with just a keystroke or mouse click, you can jump To The next answer to any M&A question! the entire text of Ginsburg and Levin is here - plus it's linked electronically to cases, The Internal Revenue Code, Treasury Regulations, and Revenue Rulings.

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Ginsburg is Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. His professional corporation is of counsel to the firm of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson.

Levin is a senior partner in the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis. He is a frequent speaker at major tax institutions, Practising Law Institute programs, and ALI-ABA seminars.

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