Business Law Webinar Series: Review of Private Placement Principles in Capital Raising and M&A


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Following a 3-year M&A transaction drought, deal value and volume are predicted to grow in 2011. Interest rates are low, markets remain liquid, financing conditions continue to improve, and private equity funds and companies with cash stockpiles are looking for investments. 

The 2011 Lindquist & Vennum Business Law Webinar Series will quickly provide you with the knowledge and strategies for conducting mergers, acquisitions and business transitions. 

Who Should Attend: Business owners and investors, CEOs, CFOs, corporate counsel, accountants and attorneys. Participants can sign up for one or any combination of webinars.

  • All webinars are free
  • Qualifies for non-approved CPE credits 
  • CLE credits approved

You will be sent an email announcement with registration link for each webinar, ensuring that you receive the most up-to-date information for each webinar.

November 15
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Review of Private Placement Principles in Capital Raising and M&A (1.0 hour): This webinar will review the basic legal principles involved in raising capital through the sale of equity or debt securities and explore how these same principles apply to M&A transactions such as mergers, equity exchanges or capital reorganizations.

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