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How are state antitrust laws applied to business conduct? What remedies are available under state law and what defenses may be raised? Find out in this comprehensive guide. State Antitrust Law is organized by substantive area (rather than state by state) so that practitioners can see at a glance how a particular problem is handled around the country. You'll learn how recent appellate rulings have applied state law to various types of anti competitive conduct—monopolization, agreements between competitors, restrictive covenants, supplier-customer agreements, business acquisitions and more.
You'll also read about the interaction of state and federal antitrust laws. Because many states follow federal precedents in construing state law, State Antitrust Law includes concise descriptions of federal antitrust rulings that state courts may consider in resolving antitrust cases. In addition, you'll find a time saving appendix of citations to the principal state antitrust laws.
Book #00583; looseleaf, one volume, 618 pages; published in 1984, updated as needed.
There are few, if any, major corporations that do not engage in some level of partnership, joint venture and strategic alliance activity. Partnerships, Joint Ventures & Strategic Alliances will help you dissect any proposed transaction, spot the issues that need to be addressed and achieve a successful outcome. Discussions include: building a successful partnership, joint venture or strategic alliance; choice of entity considerations; fiduciary duties; tax and regulatory issues; exit mechanisms; and the role of lawyers. Leading experts offer their best strategies for negotiating joint ventures and alliances.
Written for anyone with hands-on involvement in negotiating and drafting joint ventures and strategic alliances, this complete reference provides extensive guidance on drafting limited partnership, limited liability company, and nonentity strategic alliance agreements. Detailed chapters examine special issues in: financial services and real estate joint ventures; minority strategic investments; integrating, retaining and providing benefits and incentives to joint venture employees; and intellectual property law considerations. Throughout, you will find time saving checklists, clauses and forms (also provided on CD-ROM) that you can tailor to your own deals.
Book #00616; looseleaf, two volumes, 2,236 pages; published in 1992, revised edition published in 2003, updated as needed. ISBN: 978-1-58852-127-9
Learn the “shop secrets” that can help you negotiate the labyrinths of mergers and acquisitions. This masterful resource analyzes the relevant law and provides a strong dose of practice. It includes advice on structuring deals, negotiating agreements, identifying issues and solving the real problems that are likely to arise during the acquisition. The authors, skilled veterans of numerous corporate transactions, provide expert practical guidance, from the planning stages to post-closing.
Negotiated Acquisitions of Companies, Subsidiaries and Divisions is divided into several parts: planning transactions and advising boards; general and special provisions of the acquisitions agreement; and special topics, such as LBOs and troubled companies. You'll find everything from basic corporate, tax and accounting considerations to detailed analysis of representations, warranties, covenants and closing conditions. Novices as well as experienced practitioners will benefit from discussions of: mergers of equals; cash election mergers; fairness opinions; Sarbanes-Oxley; special committees of disinterested directors; intellectual property concerns; due diligence; and much more. You'll also learn about the latest developments, including techniques for handling economic uncertainty and stock market instability.
Book #00617; looseleaf, two volumes, 1,656 pages; published in 1992, updated as needed.
The classic in its field! This seven-volume analytical and reference work reflects the current climate for takeover activity and defense. Takeovers & Freezeouts addresses important developments concerning such topics as: Sarbanes-Oxley; reducing vulnerability to hostile takeovers; specific responses to overtures and takeover bids; proxy fights and institutional activism; premerger notification under Hart-Scott-Rodino; state regulation of tender offers; tax, accounting and ERISA considerations; antitrust issues; and takeovers and mergers in the banking industry.
You'll get expert strategic guidance on improving your negotiating leverage in converting hostile takeovers into friendly deals. The authors provide extensive documentation on acquisition and defensive techniques, including LBOs, tender offers, mergers, recapitalizations, restructurings, going private transactions, spin-offs and proxy contests.
Book #00551; looseleaf, seven volumes, 8,536 pages; published in 1978, updated as needed.
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