Section 251(h) of the Delaware General Corporation Law
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Section 251(h) of the Delaware General Corporation Law (MLC541I)
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Impact of Section 251(h) of Delaware Law on Mergers & Acquisitions
Section 251 (h) of Delaware General Corporation Law talks about adopting a resolution for the company which desires a merger or a consolidation, which should contain the agreement as well as advisability of the merger. Various new amendments and several new provisions have been added along with a number of technical and conforming reasons. This whole new system has impacted tender offers and public company mergers. The purpose of this audio conference is to examine the impact of Section 251(h) of Delaware law on tender offers and public company mergers and acquisitions.
Examples of topics that will be examined by Christopher Pesch during this audio conference include the following:
Tender Offer Basics
Two-step merger structures
Requirements under Section 251(h)
Impact of Section 203
Tender Offer Basics
Understanding of options under Delaware law for Tender Offers
Requirements for using Section 251(h)
Advantages of using the provisions under 251(h)
Impact on Tender Offers
Who Should Attend
Accountants and consultants.
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Christopher Pesch is a Partner with BakerHostetler in Chicago. He primarily focuses on corporate transactional and securities work. Mr. Pesch takes a strong interest in his clients and their businesses, working with them to develop solutions to serve their business expectations and ...
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