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Cross-Border Tender Offers and Other Business Combination Transactions and the U.S. Federal Securities Laws: An Overview

24 October 2006

The Business Lawyer
In structuring cross-border tender offers and other business combination transactions, parties must consider carefully the potential application of U.S. federal securities laws and regulations to their transaction. By understanding the extent to which a proposed transaction will be subject to the provisions of U.S. federal securities laws and regulations, parties may be able to structure their transaction in a manner that avoids the imposition of unanticipated or burdensome disclosure and procedural requirements and may also be able to minimize potential conflicts between U.S. laws and regulations and foreign legal or market requirements.

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