These are the materials in .pdf format from the seminar that took place on May 10, 2012.
Materials alone do not qualify for NHMCLE Credit.
Click on the Table of Contents document for a preview of the material.
Here is a description from the live seminar.
The program focused on key aspects of the lawyer’s role in the mergers and acquisitions process: structuring the transaction and tax considerations; letters of intent; due diligence; architecture of asset purchase, stock purchase, or merger agreements; purchase price, price adjustment, and earn-out provisions; representations and covenants; indemnification provisions; and the use and usefulness of legal opinions.
This program is designed primarily for practitioners with some experience representing clients in the acquisition or sale of businesses.
Pg. 1-7 - Overview of the Mergers & Acquisitions Process - Pueschel (8 Pages, 448 KB)
Pg. 8-107 - Letters of Intent, Asset Protection Purchase, Stock Purchase Transactions and Merger Transactions, Including Tax Considerations for Such Transactions - Burger, Closson, Jurnak, Martin (101 Pages, 6 MB)
Pg. 108-110 - Due Diligence in M&A Transactions - The Lawyers Role (5 Pages, 242 KB)
Pg. 111-114 - Director Fiduciary Duties in Mergers and Acquisition Transactions - Closson (5 Pages, 176 KB)