Cases and Materials on Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions

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Aspen Publishers, Jan 1, 2006 - Law - 886 pages
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If you want to emphasize federal securities law in your next course on mergers and acquisitions, this new casebook will meet your needs. Relying heavily on primary materials, CASES AND MATERIALS ON CORPORATE MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS is a conceptually organized casebook that conveys a solid understanding of this important area of law. When you review this new casebook, be sure to notice that it offers: more comprehensive and focused coverage of the corporate and securities laws aspects of M & A transactions than other books complete materials on federal securities regulation integrated with related state law provisions, rather than relegated to discrete chapters, to make the connections more apparent to students edited versions of state and federal statutes, rules, regulations, and forms reproduced in the corresponding section of the casebook instead of in separate unedited supplements heavy use of edited filings under the federal securities laws to give students greater familiarity with the business transactions and to provide examples of the documents students will prepare in practice extensive state and federal case selections edited to retain transactional detail To augment the primary materials and put them in context, the casebook also includes explanatory materials: excerpts from law review articles original text, notes, and questions Accompanied by a thorough Teacher's Manual that helps instructors take maximum advantage of the book, CASES AND MATERIALS ON CORPORATE MERGERS & ACQUSITIONS is a coherent and current guide to the doctrine, process, and transactions that will be an essential part of the work of future corporate lawyers.

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