Business Mergers & Acquisitions - for International LLM students
Spring 2023 • Section 01
This course covers the corporate law aspects of mergers and acquisitions. The advantages and disadvantages of various acquisition forms, such as mergers, asset acquisitions, stock purchases, and tender offers are discussed. Significant focus is given to the duties of the board of directors of the selling company, including the duties of the board in both negotiated and hostile acquisitions. Anti-takeover devices are considered, and securities law issues are surveyed. This course will also cover policy and regulatory issues and practical aspects of M&A transactional practices, including issues relating to deal documents and deal document terms. Class requirements will include a short paper on an approved topic and an assigned class project.
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This is a graduate law program section. JD students can take the course, but must obtain approval to register from Assistant Dean John Smagula or Director Karen McMichael. Note, JD students who have previously taken Arewa's 3cr writing course, will not be permitted to register.
You must take this course in conjunction with the following courses:
- LAW 0508 (Corporations)