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greenbergtrauriglogoThe GT M&A Report, Vol. 4, Ed. 2

Greenberg Traurig
November 8, 2012
36 pages

In this Issue:

  • M&A Deal Protections: The Latest Developments and Techniques
  • In re: Encore — Delaware Chancery Court Affirms that Special Approval by Committee of Independent Directors Protects General Partner from Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims in Related Party Merger Transaction involving a Delaware Alternative Entity
  • A View From Amsterdam: Netherlands Corporate Reporting Requirements - Limit Your Exposure
  • A View From China: New Filing Requirements for Foreign Invested Venture Capital Enterprises
  • A View From Israel: Expect More Activity From Buyout Funds and Distressed Players
  • A View From Italy: New ‘Composition with Creditors’ in Light of Recent Rules Introduced by Article 33 of Law Decree No. 83 June 22, 2012
  • A View From London: Anti-Bribery Due Diligence in M&A Transactions
  • A View From Mexico: Investment Promotion Corporations - A Mexican Corporate Vehicle That is Well-Designed and Adapted to Market Practice
  • A View From Warsaw: Polish Government Proposes Tax Measures to Prevent Abuse

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