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Dell shines a light on the risks of going private

Posted in Mergers and Acquisitions

So you are set on taking your company private.  Well, before you put your plans in motion, there are a lot of risks and potential consequences to consider along with the benefits.  At the moment, no one knows this better than Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Inc.   Back in February 2013, Mr. Dell and his… Continue Reading

Acquirers beware! New expedited acquisition method could violate the Exchange Act

Posted in Mergers and Acquisitions

When the private equity firm 3G Capital took Burger King private in 2010, it used an innovative “dual-track” acquisition structure to minimize the amount of time to consummate the acquisition. This involved 3G simultaneously pursuing both a friendly tender offer to Burger King shareholders as well as a traditional merger that would need to be… Continue Reading