Saturday, April 26, 2014

Chicago Conference on "What In-House Counsel Expect from their M&A and Antitrust Attorneys"

The ABA Section of International Law will co-hosti a program in June with the Association International des Jeunes Avocats - International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA) on the topic of “Successful Transactions - What In-House Counsel Expect from their M&A & Antitrust Attorneys.”

The conference will be held from June 6-7, 2014 at the  Palmer House Hilton in Chicago, Illinois. The conference will consist of two parallel tracks in M&A and Antitrust and will provide a better understanding of the top issues facing general counsel in connection with M&A transactions and related Antitrust issues. The conference will also enable attendees to develop their respective M&A or Antitrust practices to serve their clients and address technical and legal issues in M&A and Antitrust, internal challenges in corporate organizations, and cultural issues in cross-border/cross-continental transactions. One joint session on project management and a joint wrap up will allow attendees in both tracks to exchange their views on these subjects. 

Program topics will include:

  • Fee Management
  • Negotiating, Structuring, and Protecting the Deal
  • The Next Wave of M&A in Retail and Fashion Sectors
  • Protecting the Deal during Merger Review
    • External Counsel’s Role in a Successful M&A Transaction
    • Joint Ventures, Minority Investments, Asset Acquisitions and Internal Reorganizations
    • The Value in a Red Flag Due Diligence Report
    • Transactions Below the Radar
    • Beyond the Data Room
    • Use of Econometric Data in Merger Review

Register before May 9, 2014 to save on registration with Early Bird Rates. Click here for information on programming, speakers, registration, lodging, and other conference updates. And in case you're wondering, Chicago is lovely in June.


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