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Structuring and Planning the M&A Transaction

There is an old carpenters’ expression, “measure twice, cut once.” M&A work is just one of many areas in business and law where this expression resonates. Buyers and sellers, like chess players anticipating many moves in advance, should envision and plan the route to get a deal done, including anticipated detours, at the onset of the transaction.

This webinar discusses the similarities and differences between basic M&A transaction structures; purchase price payment concerns; the most common issues that arise in the early stages of M&A transactions of all kinds; the relationship between ostensibly unrelated sections of an M&A agreement; and transaction timeline. One focus of this episode is a threshold question in many deals: whether the buyer will buy equity or assets. This episode will, in summary form, cover many of the issues discussed in greater depth in subsequent episodes.

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Webinar Faculty

Moderator:

Robert Londin
Robert Londin

A partner in his firm’s Corporate and Commercial Transactions Group, Mr. Londin counsels numerous companies in connection with their mergers and acquisitions (both strategic and financial), financing needs and the… Read More

Panelists:

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Bob Dekker

Bob Dekker is a Managing Director at Balmoral Advisors ® Bob is a career capital markets professional and entrepreneur with extensive experience working with companies ranging from emerging growth to… Read More

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David Adler

David M. Adler, Esq. is the principal attorney and driving force behind Adler Law Group’s Technology Practice Group with an extensive background and experience in corporate law, including contract interpretation,… Read More

Jeremy Waitzman
Jeremy Waitzman

Jeremy Waitzman advises his clients on significant transactions and operational issues in their businesses. Described by clients as “an essential business advisor” and “a partner in the success of my… Read More

Michael Weis
Michael Weis

Michael is a Corporate and Commercial Transaction Lawyer at Weis Burney, LLC. He has handled the negotiation and closing of hundreds of complex corporate and commercial real estate transactions both… Read More

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