Mergers, Acquisitions and Other Business Combinations: Cases and Materials
This law school casebook focuses on the corporate and securities laws relating to corporate combinations. Coverage also extends to tax, antitrust, and financial issues. Cases and other materials are followed by informative notes and questions. It is organized to make it easy for you to omit or rearrange material to adapt the book to your particular teaching approach. Designed for use in either as a stand-alone text or as the basic source material for projects, problems, or writing assignments to supplement the traditional case method. The book is suitable for use for either a two or three credit hour course.
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Forms of Combinations Planning the Transaction
Note on Share Acquisitions and Tender Offers
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