The MBBP M&A team has extensive experience guiding clients through the complexities of M&A transactions in diverse markets. Over the last decade, we have represented hundreds of publicly-traded and privately-held companies in transactions, both buyers and sellers, valued from several million dollars up to hundreds of millions of dollars.
Last year’s Mergers and Acquisitions front was no different. In 2015, MBBP completed a variety of M&A transactions in diverse fields such as oil and gas processing and email security and encryption, and encompassing industries as varied as digital game development and biotechnology, software architecture and optic lens assembly.
Read more about our 2015 M&A deals. Cheers to a successful year for our clients!
It’s MBBP’s first issue of 2015 and we’re providing plenty of news to start the year off right!
This newsletter is packed with articles, such as:
- TAX: Treasury Announces New Restrictions on Inversions – Robert Finkel
- IP: Scrutinizing Biotechnology & Software Patent Eligibility in M&A Deal Valuations – David Fazzolare
- TECHNOLOGY: Open Source Issues in Mergers & Acquisitions – Michael Cavaretta
- PRIVACY: M&A Privacy & Data Security Considerations: Compliance with Applicable Privacy Laws & Sharing of Customer Information – Faith Kasparian
- Massachusetts Court (Sort of) Adopts Delaware’s Great Hill Holding Regarding the Attorney-Client Privilege in Mergers – Carl Barnes
- Delaware Court Refuses to Enforce Indemnity & Release Provisions Against Non-Consenting Stockholder – Mark Tarallo
- From Trados to Nine Systems: And Now for Something Completely Different? – Scott Bleier
You might just want to read this one cover to cover! Open the full January issue of M&A Today.