WK Cheetah. Securities - Federal & international. WK Cheetah. Securities - Corporation Law & Governance.
This preeminent work provides clear step-by-step guidance and insightful deal-making strategies with proven methods for structuring transactions. Analysis includes: important federal income tax ramifications; state corporate law; securities law; accounting; fraudulent conveyance law; HSR antitrust reporting; as well as the necessary contractual terms successfully used in negotiating, structuring, and effectuating an acquisition. Also included: detailed coverage of taxable vs. tax-free acquisitions; double tax vs. single tax on sellers; stepped-up basis vs. carryover basis for acquired assets; deductibility of interest on amounts borrowed to pay for an acquisition; allocating to covenants not to compete and other intangibles; obtaining the benefits of NOLs and other tax attributes; handling stock options and other executive compensation; and SEC considerations. Numerous real-life examples, as well as checklists and flow charts are also provided. Included in volume 5 are model agreements that provide complete documents geared to particular interests, clauses tailored for various individual situations, and specific language to use for all the variations likely to be encountered.
Database includes most recent edition only. Authors: <2015- > by Martin D. Ginsburg, Jack S. Levin, Donald E. Rocap. Includes index.
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