"This blog is a collection of insights and analysis on hot topics impacting companies, funds, dealmakers and directors brought to you by Akin Gump’s corporate team."
"The focus of this blog is to provide attorneys, along with business people and other non-attorneys who work on transactions, some practical tips and thoughts on issues that I frequently come across in my practice."
This blawg provides the latest antitrust news and commentary on recent antitrust developments—private and government litigation, civil and criminal government investigations and mergers and acquisitions including Hart-Scott-Rodino Act review.
This blawg covers current antitrust news and regulatory developments.
Covers recent developments in antitrust and international trade law.
Posts provides insights and analysis of recent developments in appraisal rights litigation, educating professional investors about an underutilized but highly effective mechanism to increase their returns in M&A deals.
"A blog exploring the intersection of law and economics." Topics include financial markets, SCOTUS, government stimulus plans, securities and investment strategies.
"A blog about business insights for small businesses and corporations, on everything from social networking to contracts and employment."
"Covering corporate finance, capital markets, and mergers and acquisitions."
“The Carolinas Class Action blog covers class action developments in North and South Carolina. Our authors report on recent cases involving all federal and state courts in the Carolinas, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.”
Posts cover law topics related to corporate governance; finance and economics; mergers & acquisitions; securities regulation; and the Dodd-Frank Act.
Topics include board structures and procedures; community and economic development; elections; emergency management; ethics and conflicts; finance and tax law; general local government; land use and code enforcement; legislative updates; open government; public health; and property transactions.
This blawg has up-to-date information on corporate and securities law.
"Commentary on deals and the dealmakers behind them." This is a continuously updated site providing legal and mergers & acquisitions news.
"The blog for acquisitive minds—contributions from the M&A community."
"Provides updates and insights on legal issues for fund managers, investment advisers and investment companies seeking the latest information and analysis about the Dodd-Frank Act, Securities and Exchange Commission registration and examinations, alternative investments, due diligence, disclosure, Form ADV, derivatives and other issues. The blog also links to SEC rules and reviews, government statues and current news articles."
Blog posts cover legal news and information regarding national securities, reverse merger and corporate transaction law.
Posts cover mergers & acquisitions activity, M&A rulings and analyses of those rulings, the contract process, private transactions and insider trading.
Dedicated to technology and intellectual property issues for lawyers, inventors and venture capitalists. A recurring feature is the Industry Spotlight, which has video interviews with technology professionals.
"Provides articles, information, forms, and checklists on legal topics for people who start up, manage, or buy and sell companies."
ProfessorBainbridge.com offers a potpourri of posts mainly about corporate law. But Stephen Bainbridge isn't averse to expressing his opinions about social issues, religion and politics.
"Discussing a wide range of topics affecting today's technology companies, including benefits and compensation, employment law, immigration, intellectual property, litigation, securities, tax planning, and transactional issues."
"Tips for those interested in franchising their business, investing in a franchise and for the small- to midsize business owner or prospective owner."
Posts answer questions and offer advice about start-ups and early-stage businesses.
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