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Legal Aspects of Mergers & Acquisitions

M & A activity is increasingly becoming the tool used by companies to grow and expand their businesses across sectors. While M & A activity is strongly driven by business decisions, its successful implementation relies deeply on sound and comprehensive legal review, analysis and documentation and the rights that vest in the parties in the future.

Date: 25th - 26th May, 2013
Venue: Lemon Tree Hotels, 72, Sardar Patel Road, Guindy, Chennai - 600032

Who should attend?
This is a course specifically designed for: Executives responsible for M & A activities, In-house counsels, Legal Professionals Private Practitioners, Junior Associates, Anyone interested in updating their skills and knowledge base.

Objective of the Workshop:
This workshop seeks to provide the participants with a practical perspective of the several legal issues that any M & A transaction presents from the expression of interest and the due diligence of the business up until the closing of the transaction and implementation of post-transaction integration processes.

Participation Fees:
The participation fees for the workshop is Rs. 15000/- (inclusive of all charges, Cost inclusive of the training and study materials, lunch on both days as well as stationaries).

Contact:
Mr. Muralikrishna Prasad
Phone: +91-8606033254
Email: m.prasad@klientas.com

Mr. Vishnu Prasad
Email: vishnu@lawpundits.co.uk

Klientas
Brindaben, 4 - Devapalan Nagar, Masjid Road,
Peroorkada, Thiruvananthapuram - 695005
Phone: +91-8606033254
Website: http://www.klientas.com/

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