Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 21, 2012
DailyDAC, LLC is pleased to announce that Keith Crow, Daniel Mitz, and Michael St. Peter will join moderation Jonathan Friedland for episode #2 of the five-part webinar series, “Private Company M&A Boot Camp” on June 8th. The series is co-produced by West LegalEd.
Episode #2 will discuss:
- Earn-out provisions
- Antitrust issues
- Intellectual property issues
- Employment issues
- Financing the transactions
Keith Crow is a partner with Kirkland & Ellis, where he represents clients in a wide range of U.S. and cross-border corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, joint ventures and spin-offs. In addition to transactional matters, he counsels public companies on corporate governance, public disclosure and other issues. Keith has also been a Lecturer at The University of Chicago Law School for a number of years, where he teaches a course on business planning.
Daniel Mitz is a partner with Jones Day, where he represents technology companies in domestic and cross-border merger and acquisition transactions. Representative private company transactions include Atmel's acquisition of Advanced Digital Design, SAP's acquisition of Outlooksoft and Clear Standards, VMware's acquisition of TriCipher and Digital Fuel, Educational Testing Service's acquisition of EduSoft, Quigo's sale to AOL, and PageMill Partners' sale to Duff & Phelps. Prior to joining Jones Day, Daniel was vice president of business affairs on Sun Microsystems' business development team in charge of structuring, negotiating, and executing Sun's acquisitions and equity investments.
Michael St. Peter is a partner with Levenfeld Pearlstein, where he represents privately-held companies, entrepreneurs, private equity funds and other sophisticated investors on a wide variety of complex business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, private placements, joint ventures, recapitalizations, financings and venture capital investments.
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