You are cordially invited to join Holland & Knight for a complimentary seminar series presented by the Jacksonville Women's Initiative that will address key legal issues in connection with mergers and acquisitions (M&A), with a focus on getting the M&A deal closed – quickly – and avoiding litigation after the transaction is complete.
This seminar will focus on shaping the successful transaction for buyers and sellers with thorough due diligence, issue spotting and building the team. During a business acquisition transaction, sound due diligence can uncover red flags before it is too late. Attorneys in the Jacksonville Women's Initiative will address how a thorough due diligence process can bring unexpected issues to light so they can be effectively addressed during drafting and negotiations.
From the Data Room to Drafting: Identifying Common Due Diligence Issues for a Better Deal
Stacy Byrd | Associate
Don't Ignore the Dirt: How to Sift Through Real Estate Issues and Come Out Clean
Barbara Cocciolo | Associate
Key M&A Environmental Issues: From Diligence to Closing, Reducing Risk Domestically and Abroad
Stacy Watson May | Consulting Counsel
Human Resources and Employee Benefits: Addressing Employment and Labor Issues in M&A
Lindsay Dennis Swiger | Partner
This presentation is designed for corporate development professionals, in-house counsel, M&A consultants, and business owners and management looking to expand their understanding of legal challenges and opportunities in the M&A arena. We look forward to you joining us for this highly informative event.
Holland & Knight is an approved CLE provider in several jurisdictions, including California, Georgia, Illinois, New York and Texas. All reasonable efforts to seek CLE credits for this program will be made. In certain instances, some programs may not be awarded CLE credits because of either content or jurisdictional restrictions. For New York attorneys, this program's format qualifies for CLE for transitional (newly admitted) and experienced attorneys.
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