By Scott A. Schipma, Esq. & Francesca M.S. Guerrero, Esq. & Stephen J. Migala, Esq.
Companies soliciting foreign investments or selling business lines to foreign entities must caution against overlooking U.S. national security considerations amongst the array of concerns present in such transactions.
By Adam O. Emmerich, Esq. & Robin Panovka, Esq. & David A. Katz, Esq. & Scott K. Charles, Esq. & Ilene Knable Gotts, Esq. & Andrew J. Nussbaum, Esq. & Joshua R. Cammaker, Esq. & Mark Gordon, Esq. & Eric M. Rosof, Esq. & T. Eiko Stange, Esq. & Gordon S. Moodie, Esq. & Edward J. Lee, Esq. & Raaj S. Narayan, Esq. & Carmen X.W. Lu, Esq.
Global M&A volume in 2016 reached $3.7 trillion, approximately 40% of which involved cross-border deals, compared to one-third in 2015. Five out of the ten largest deals of the year were cross-border transactions.
By Mr. Craig Schioppo & Jeremy S. Liss, P.C., Esq. & Mr. Michael Turnbull
This in-depth look at the use of insurance in deal structuring will provide insights into the challenges the client and underwriter will need to address in the deal structure and explain where the market draws the line on coverage and terms.
By Mr. Charlie M. Sheridan & Mr. Nathan J. Good & Mr. Rob Schultz
This session will begin by looking at changing buy-side M&A considerations and then consider variations in deal structure that are typically employed in transactions involving domestic v. international parties; and variations in deals involving private capital backing v. public acquirers.
By Mr. Mark Buchanan & Mr. Tom Anderson & Mr. Paul Douglass & Mr. Larry Tarschis
A discussion on the key topics privately held firms should consider when developing an M&A strategy; a look at methods for differentiating bids in competitive processes; understanding the unique characteristics of transactions involving family investors; success stories of M&A deals executed in the family owned context; and insights on how longterm capital investors view the current M&A market.