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  • Changed circumstances or buyer's remorse? - The buyer is remorseful. Was it a good deal? Maybe not. Then what? How about using the "material adverse change" as an out when a company has changed its mind about a merger? Remember that there is strong public policy in favor of closing a merger and acquisition.
    Publisher: Business Law Today     Author: Gregory Bishop   

  • Cisco or Crisco? - It looked lean and mean in the bull economy. Now it's larded up with too many employees and acquired companies. Diet time.
    Publisher: Business 2.0     Author: Kim Girard   

  • Collusion Central Helping your clients deal with price fixers - So here you have some clients of a business lawyer who think someone they’re dealing with is fixing prices or rigging bids. And then there’s the old market-allocation scheme. What are the clients to do? What’s the lawyer to do?
    Publisher: Business Law Today     Author: Daniel R. Karon   

  • Consolation Prizes - If you love a deal, let it go; part of it may come back to you. Just ask Park Place Entertainment and Comcast.
    Publisher: CFO.com     Author: Roy Harris   

  • Counting Their Chickens - Equity-based transactions may save cash, but you don't always get what you bargain for.
    Publisher: CFO Magazine     Author: Ian Springsteel   

  • Double Jeopardy - When companies come together in a merger or acquisition, a host of risk-management issues surface, but they often get short shrift in the heat of the deal.
    Publisher: Businessfinancemag.com     Author: Joanne Sammer   

  • Due Diligence Costs Not Deductible - In the world of e-commerce start-ups, a common scenario is an acquisition by a larger company. Many times it is a successful public company, such as AOL or Microsoft, acquiring a private company.
    Publisher: Ecommercetax.com     Author: David Hardesty   

  • Federal Acquisition Act Update: The New Regulations - These changes affect a host of procurement practices including commercial item acquisition, Truth in Negotiations Act requirements, solicitation and debriefing requirements, bid protest procedures and electronic commerce.
    Publisher: Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich LLP     Author: Nancy Dix and Mary Shallman   

  • Free to Innovate - Fallon Worldwide couldn't thrive on its own. Nor could it lose the creative fire that first fueled its growth. An up-start ad agency learns to love its big-company patron.
    Publisher: Fast Company     Author: Christine Canabou   

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