Corporate Finance, Mergers & Acquisitions
Oxford University Press, 2004 - Consolidation and merger of corporations - 219 pages
The Legal Practice Course Guides provide a guide to the law, practice, and procedure that are at the heart of the Legal Practice Course. Each Guide explains the relevant substantive and procedural law, and where appropriate, contains sample precedents, documents, and checklists. The Guidesform a bridge between the notes, exercises, and case studies produced by each institution and the 'raw material' found in practitioner texts.This Guide has been written for students taking an option in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions on the Legal Practice Course, and is particularly suitable for those courses with either a corporate or private client bias. It offers a practical and comprehensive guide to the preventativemeasures that can be taken and the problems most commonly presented to a solicitor. It has been fully revised and updated to cover all recent UK and European case law and material on the extensive range of case law.
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