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National security reviews 2017: A global perspective — Canada

by White & Case LLP on

While few deals are challenged in Canada, national security reviews are becoming more common and complex - The Investment Review Division (IRD), which is part of the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Economic...more

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by Robins Kaplan LLP on

The latest on the economic woes on Venezuela, including the status of the country’s bonds and the foreign investors that they’ve attracted (and who are now selling)....more

Lessons for Private Equity Shareholders and Merging Parties from the FTC’s Challenge of Red Ventures/Bankrate

by Goodwin on

The Federal Trade Commission recently challenged Red Ventures’ proposed $1.4 billion acquisition of Bankrate, alleging it would lessen competition in the market for third-party paid referral services for senior living...more

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Breakingviews is all about new GE CEO John Flannery’s quest for the “soul” of the company, but it’s also very interested in less philosophical matters—especially on the heels of GE halving dividends....more

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by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Big news out of Uber this weekend, where the company and its board resolved outstanding issues with Travis Kalanick in order to finalize a deal in which a SoftBank-led consortium of investors will buy up about $1 billion of...more

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Snap’s awful Q3 be damned—Chinese tech giant Tencent has increased its stake in the company to more than 12% thanks to shares it purchased on the open market....more

Corporate News - November 2017

by Hogan Lovells on

A monthly newsletter covering topics of interest in the field of UK corporate law including mergers and acquisitions, listed companies, equity capital markets, corporate governance and general company law. ...more

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by Robins Kaplan LLP on

The moral of this story is as follows: if Maysayoshi Son says the merger’s off, it’s probably off (regardless of what the rest of the board says). We discussed the will they/won’t they status of the T-Mobile/Sprint deal last...more

Foreign investment filings and merger control filings: navigating the European and global regulatory seas when your company...

by Hogan Lovells on

The European Union (EU) has recently proposed new rules establishing a framework for the review of foreign investments in the EU on the grounds of security or public order (“Commission Proposal”)....more

Private equity funds and Chinese corporates – a more level playing field?

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In the competition for Chinese investment opportunities, private equity funds have, in recent years, often been priced out of headlining M&A deals by strategic corporate buyers with deep pockets and aggressive global...more

Italy improves transparency and extends its "golden powers" to protect new (corporate) treasures

by Hogan Lovells on

On October 16, 2017 the Italian government adopted Law Decree no. 148/2017 (the "Decree") containing, inter alia, new measures aimed at improving the transparency of Italy's regulated markets and extending the Italian...more

Traditional UK Employment Law Means Gig Economy Transactions Could Be Hard Work For M&A Deal Teams

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Companies operating in the “gig economy”, using a largely self-employed workforce, have enjoyed enormous growth in recent years and have made popular M&A targets. In the UK, these companies have come into conflict with...more

Break Fees Can Cause Broken M&A Deals

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

Given ongoing competition between buyers in a strong sellers’ market, the resilience of seller break fees as a feature of the European M&A market is surprising. According to the Latham & Watkins 2017 European Private M&A...more

Leaving the Contractual Term “Voting Power” Undefined Could Be Risky Business

What does the contractual term “voting power” mean? Does it refer only to the power to elect corporate directors, or does it refer to the power to vote on any fundamental matter of corporate governance? Is voting power an...more

Reminder: Equity Compensation May Require Personal, Individual HSR Filings

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Do you receive any form of equity-based compensation? Does your company grant any form of equity-based compensation? If so, it is critical to remember that common equity-based compensation, such as option exercises,...more

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HSBC’s making good on its plans to shift to a focus on Asia by naming John Flint—who spent his first 14 years at the bank in Asia—as its new CEO. Flint will take over from Stuart Gulliver in February....more

Foreign Investment in China: An Introduction

China presents some of the world’s most exciting opportunities, and a unique set of cultural, legal and political challenges. It has a distinct legal regime that in many respects cannot be understood by direct reference to...more

Corporate E-Note - September 2017

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Global companies must safeguard confidential, proprietary information and trade secrets—not just from cybercriminals, “hacktivists,” cyberterrorists, and competitors—but from former employees. Too often, terminated or...more

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The Peltz/P&G drama continues, with the company suggesting that Trian has lost its bid for a Board seat and the fund arguing that it disagrees with the company’s counting of the ballots....more

Delaware’s Restrictive Trulia Standard Gains Traction in California

Silicon Valley court signals increased scrutiny of disclosure-only settlements of merger objection litigation. Delaware Courts have become reluctant to approve settlements of merger objection lawsuits based on...more

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by Robins Kaplan LLP on

P&G is banking on “a variation of America’s electoral arithmetic” as its best bet for keeping Trian’s Nelson Peltz away from its board. So . . . we’ll see him on there soon [?]....more

Steering the course – navigating bribery and corruption risk in private equity investments: Part 1

by Hogan Lovells on

Identifying Bribery and Corruption risk in the context of private equity investments (and M&A more generally) is key to ensuring the value of an acquisition. Companies will busy themselves with due diligence on tax,...more

10 Takeaways From the CFIUS Annual Report to Congress

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

Calendar Year 2015 CFIUS Report reflects review of transactions for national security risks is generally taking longer, with Chinese investors leading all others. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States...more

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Here’s a headache Amazon may not have counted on for the much-touted Whole Foods venture: a data breach of its very own – WSJ and MarketWatch - The 2d Circuit has refused to upend a lower court’s 2015 order that Nomura and...more

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Food and consumer products conglomerate Unilever’s making a big play for the Asian market with its $2.7 billion deal to buy Carver Korea, a South Korean-based skin care specialist....more

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