Expert local accounts of insolvency and bankruptcy law worldwide, addressing: applicable legislation, excluded entities, secured lending and credit, competent courts, voluntary liquidations and reorganisations, involuntary liquidations and reorganisations, doing business during reorganisations, stays of proceedings and moratoria, set-off and netting, post-filing credit, expedited, successful and unsuccessful reorganisations, bankruptcy formalities, claims and appeals, voidable transactions, creditors’ enforcement, director and officer liability and international cases.
With the steady emergence of new technologies and disruption of traditional industries, the technology M&A sector is poised to continue to grow and the demand for technology-savvy legal advisers is set to rise. The purpose of this guide is to provide an overview of the various factors affecting technology M&A transactions across various jurisdictions. We begin by exploring the laws, regulations and policies that affect the structure and execution of technology M&A transactions, typically involving intellectual property, data privacy, and competition law. Commentators also consider due diligence processes in their respective jurisdictions, how to assess cybersecurity risks for the purposes of M&A diligence, together with an analysis of representations, warranties and other deal terms common to technology M&A transactions.
Private M&A is a comprehensive overview of the laws and regulations governing cross-border private mergers and acquisitions in jurisdictions worldwide. Topics covered include: legal structures and regulations; commonly appointed advisors; documentation and formalities; due diligence and disclosure; pricing; financing; conditions, pre-closing covenants and termination rights; representations, warranties, indemnities and post-closing covenants; tax considerations; and employees, pensions and benefits considerations.
Climate Regulation offers a comparative guide to the regulatory response to climate change in different jurisdictions worldwide, covering areas such as: impact of international agreements and regulations, national regulatory policy and regulatory authorities, national legislation, emissions and limits, emission allowances and trading, energy production, use and efficiency, renewable energy consumption, policy and general regulation, carbon capture and storage and climate matters in M&A transactions.