Structuring M&A Transactions in the Current Market: Deal Points, Financing, MAC Clauses, Reps and Warranties
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will analyze various ways in which risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic are currently being addressed in M&A transactions. The panel discussion will include a discussion regarding the latest M&A litigation in the wake of COVID-19 and key provisions such as MAE clauses, operating covenants, and reps and warranties; financing concerns; and due diligence.
- Addressing COVID-19 in acquisition agreements
- Financing contingencies
- Operating covenants
- Representations and warranties
- MAE clauses
- Due diligence and deal process
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What should buyers and sellers do to protect their interests in deals that are in process as the COVID-19 epidemic progresses?
- What due diligence matters have become more important since the outbreak?
- How has COVID-19 impacted valuation considerations and price adjustments?
- How has it affected operating covenants and reps and warranties?
Mr. Bowling is Chair of the firm’s Corporate Finance Division. He focuses his practice on corporate finance, with... | Read More
Mr. Bowling is Chair of the firm’s Corporate Finance Division. He focuses his practice on corporate finance, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, private equity and venture capital transactions, as well as corporate governance and securities law compliance. Mr. Bowling handles innovative, market-leading transactions for publicly- and privately-held companies, and private equity and venture capital funds. He advises on all aspects of corporate finance for leading businesses and financial institutions in the energy, technology, software, health care and life sciences, real estate investment trusts, waste management, consumer products, financial services and agriculture industries nationwide.Close
David A. Edgar
Mr. Edgar provides strategic corporate and transactional advice on a national and international basis. His practice... | Read More
Mr. Edgar provides strategic corporate and transactional advice on a national and international basis. His practice focuses on advising public and private companies, boards of directors, special committees, and senior management in connection with M&As, capital markets transactions, activist planning and defense, and corporate governance matters. Mr. Edgar’s transactional experience includes domestic and international M&As, leveraged buyouts, “going private” transactions, LLCs and partnerships, corporate restructurings and recapitalizations, and venture capital and private equity financings, restructurings, and exits. He is a speaker, author, and workshop coordinator on a variety of corporate law topics, including M&As, corporate finance, venture capital, and corporate governance.Close
Frank M. Pellegrino
Bass Berry & Sims
Mr. Pellegrino advises public and private companies in a broad range of transactional, corporate governance and... | Read More
Mr. Pellegrino advises public and private companies in a broad range of transactional, corporate governance and securities matters. Over the course of his career, he has completed more than $25 billion worth of M&As for public and private companies and represented issuers in public and private debt and equity offerings worth over $3 billion. Mr. Pellegrino’s practice includes the representation of both public and private clients in public and private equity and debt offerings, and acquirers and targets in M&As.Close