It’s MBBP’s first issue of 2015 and we’re providing plenty of news to start the year off right!
This newsletter is packed with articles, such as:
◾TAX: Treasury Announces New Restrictions on Inversions – Robert Finkel
◾IP: Scrutinizing Biotechnology & Software Patent Eligibility in M&A Deal Valuations – David Fazzolare
◾TECHNOLOGY: Open Source Issues in Mergers & Acquisitions – Michael Cavaretta
◾PRIVACY: M&A Privacy & Data Security Considerations: Compliance with Applicable Privacy Laws & Sharing of Customer Information – Faith Kasparian
◾CORPORATE:◾Massachusetts Court (Sort of) Adopts Delaware’s Great Hill Holding Regarding the Attorney-Client Privilege in Mergers – Carl Barnes
◾Delaware Court Refuses to Enforce Indemnity & Release Provisions Against Non-Consenting Stockholder – Mark Tarallo
◾From Trados to Nine Systems: And Now for Something Completely Different? – Scott Bleier
You might just want to read this one cover to cover! Open the full January issue of M&A Today.
Please feel free to contact us with questions.
Originally posted by Morse, Barnes-Brown & Pendleton on February 18, 2015 at 10:52am