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Mergers and Acquisitions: After the Deal

 

Stay up to speed on the tax issues and integration issues that can occur after a merger or acquisition deal.

In mergers and acquisitions, much attention is devoted by the parties (pre-closing) to the benefits of the transaction and how the transaction should be structured. Often, however, problems arise after the acquisition is completed that can undercut the anticipated benefits of the transaction, or at least make a smooth, integrated transition more difficult. This topic will focus on, among other things, how a deal structure can influence post-closing issues, including continuity of interest for tax purposes, what problems may arise post-closing, how the acquisition agreement's provisions may affect post-closing matters, and how generally to anticipate problems following completion of the acquisition. In addition, the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on closing conditions will be discussed in view of current, pending litigation in Delaware that has received significant national attention.

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Michael D. Waters

Michael D. Waters

Jones Walker LLP

  • Partner in the Birmingham, Alabama office of Jones Walker LLP
  • Practiced securities law for 38 years, representing companies in IPOs, and public companies in secondary offerings, mergers and acquisitions, proxy solicitations, annual and periodic reporting, and exempt offerings
  • Advised buyers and sellers in approximately 110 bank acquisitions, ranging from small community banks to the acquisition of a $34 billion institution
  • Adjunct professor of law at the University of Alabama Law School where he taught banking law for 20 years and has taught mergers and acquisitions for the last 25 years
  • Speaks at seminars on a variety of topics involving corporate, securities and bank regulatory issues, and is author of Proxy Regulation, a book published by the Practising Law Institute in New York in 1992 as part of its series on corporate and securities law
  • Served as legal advisor to Governor Fob James of Alabama, 1979-1980
  • Listed in Chambers USA, Alabama Super Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America, and the Birmingham Magazine, Top Attorneys
  • J.D. degree, University of Alabama School of Law; M.A. degree, Rhodes Scholar, Oxford University; B.A. degree, Duke University
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