Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 15, 2012
DailyDAC, LLC is pleased to that episode #1 of its five-part webinar series, “Private Company M&A Boot Camp,” will feature Jonathan Friedland, Stephen Gillette, Gerald Nowak, and Robert Sieland. This episode will cover:
- Transaction structures
- Tax planning
- Shareholder approval issues
- Reps and warranties
- Indemnification issues
Jon Friedland, a Levenfeld Pearlstein partner, focuses his practice on private equity and venture capital transactions and in general counseling of sponsor portfolio companies. His recent transactional representations include matters for Tuesday Morning, Thoma Bravo, Naturade, and Vertex Capital.
Steve Gillette, a Jones Day partner, advises companies and financial institutions on a broad range of corporate and securities matters. His recent representations include private equity and venture capital transactions for Burrill, NBGI, Quilvest, The Riverside Company, and Total S.A.
Jerry Nowak, a Kirkland & Ellis partner, has a broad transactional practice, including capital markets transactions, M&A transactions and corporate governance matters. His capital markets practice focuses on complex securities matters, including initial public offerings, high yield offerings, spin-offs, tender offers and investment grade debt offerings. His M&A practice includes public and private acquisitions for private equity funds and public companies.
Rob Sieland is senior counsel , in charge of securities & M&A, at DeVry Inc. Prior to that, Rob was in private practice, where he represented public and private companies, including private equity firms and their portfolio companies, in connection with mergers and acquisitions transactions, securities offerings, bank financings and corporate governance matters.
The series is co-produced by West LegalEd. To register for episode #1 of the webinar, click here.
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