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Butterworths Takeovers Law and Practice 2nd ed isbn 9781405737876

Butterworths Takeovers Law and Practice

Edited by: Gary Eaborn

ISBN13: 9780406912732
ISBN: 0406912734
New Edition ISBN: 9781405737876
Published: July 2005
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Takeovers Law and Practice is a comprehensive yet practical title covering fully the area of UK public takeovers. Written by leading practitioners in the field the book provides a practical approach and comprehensive analysis of the subject, including tax and accountancy, employment and competition issues.

The title thoroughly guides you through all the steps required in a takeover, including extensive chapters on share dealings, merger control and conduct of offer.

Fully up-to-date including broad commentary on EU regulations and their impact within the UK market, Takeovers Law and Practice truly is an essential work for anyone involved, or about to be involved in mergers and acquisitions.

Competition Law, Commercial Law, Company Law, Mergers and Acquisitions
Main Chapter Headings:-;1. Scope of work - (including contractual offers, schemes of arrangement, mergers and DLC structures);2. Consideration ;3. Pre-Announcement Steps (including bid planning and due dilligence);4. Approach and Announcements;5. Timing (including time limits);6. Conditions ;7. Share Dealings;8. Mandatory Offers;9. Information;10. Conduct of Offer (including insider dealing);11. Schemes of Arrangement;12. Dual Listed Company Transactions;13. Compulsory Acquisition Procedures;14. Employment Related Issues;15. Merger Control;16. Tax;17. Accounting (including profit forecasts and asset valuations)