NEW YORK–LAWFUEL – The US Business Law Newswire – ALM’s Law Journal Press, a leading publisher of books for legal professionals, today announced the publication of “Leveraged Buyouts” by Joseph A. Bartlett, Peter L. Korn, II, David Mittelstadt, Cathy L. Reese, and Michael Rueda. The book is the publisher’s latest title on corporate law, examining each type of leveraged buyout in depth, financing techniques used and related legal issues. It also includes sample documents for each stage of an LBO transaction. A detailed table of contents, as well as ordering information on this and other Law Journal Press books, is available at www.lawcatalog.com.
Bartlett, a former Undersecretary of Commerce, law clerk to Chief Justice Earl Warren and president of the Boston Bar Association, is of Counsel in the New York City office of Fish & Richardson P.C. He is also an acting professor of law at Stanford University and adjunct professor at New York University School of Law. Korn is a principal of Fish & Richardson P.C. specializing in venture capital and private equity matters, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate counseling. Mittelstadt is of Counsel to Fish & Richardson P.C., with a tax practice emphasizing corporate transactional planning. Reese, a principal in the Delaware office of Fish & Richardson, heads the firm’s corporate and chancery litigation practice and has been selected by Delaware’s legal community and a blue ribbon committee of retired Delaware judges as one of the top ten corporate litigators in Delaware. Rueda is an associate at Kelley Drye & Warren, LLP.
“Leveraged Buyouts” is a detailed guide to LBOs, the advantages and drawbacks of available financing and tax structures, corporate governance and regulatory issues, and other legal considerations. Topics covered include buyout nomenclature, merger agreements, loan agreements, fairness opinions, registration rights, and fraudulent conveyance laws. The book provides model forms of documents private equity investors could use to acquire a public corporation, such as equity commitment letters, loan commitment letters, investment bank fairness opinions, senior secured term loan agreements, senior subordinated note indentures and others.
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