Mergers and Acquisitions (3013)

This is a Law and Business course that focuses on legal issues, financing considerations, and business strategies involved in a typical acquisition and disposition. The course is based on a simulation of a taxable stock sale of a significant subsidiary of a public company. The goal is to introduce students to the art of doing a deal. Students act as counsel in structuring the transaction, performing due diligence, drafting and negotiating the transaction documents, and preparing to close the deal.

Grading: Letter graded

Prerequisite(s):
Business Organizations (or APLLC and Corporations)

Transactions and Settlements is a required pre- or co-requisite

Recommended: Accounting and Finance Survey, Negotiation, Business Entity Taxation

Credits: 4 credits

Offered: Spring

Categories:
Meet Advanced Research and Writing Typically
Skills
Skills: Advanced Classes

Subject Areas:
Business/Corporate/Commercial
Keystone
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Taught by: Louis Ainsworth Thuy-Nga Vo

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