Energy M&A: A Love Story
Deals, particularly all-stock deals, are like marriages. Shareholders of both companies will have a continuing stake in the success of the combined company. So when the valuation alone isn’t conventionally attractive to the seller’s shareholders, it’s up to the sellers to woo them: "We’re not marrying for money. We found the right partner to grow old together."
Don’t Leave Your Corporate Reputation in the Hands of Congress
Pandemic-related liability protections currently under consideration in Congress as part of the next potential coronavirus relief bill could reduce certain types of litigation risk, but legislation alone cannot address the effects of damaging legal allegations at a time of heightened public scrutiny.
Key Takeaways: “SPAC to the Future: A conversation on seller considerations for the new era of SPACs”
We recently hosted a webinar entitled, “SPAC to the Future: A conversation on seller considerations for the new era of SPACs." Continue reading for key insights from our conversation with experts from Freshfields, J.P. Morgan and Morrow Sodali.
The Bankruptcy Rumor Mill is Getting More Damaging
Being prepared for a range of scenarios can help preserve the value of your business during a trying time by giving employees, customers and vendors the confidence needed to maintain their crucial support.