Rita O’Neill and Scott Crofton will join the University of Texas Law CLE’s Mergers and Acquisitions Institute to discuss the latest trends facing buyers and sellers in carveout transactions and negotiating antitrust risk allocation provisions, respectively. UT Law CLE’s Mergers and Acquisitions Institute, to be held in Dallas from October 5 to 6, is a leading private M&A conference in the United States discussing the latest deal trends, structures, pitfalls and opportunities in M&A.
S&C is a sponsor of the event.
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October 5— Carveouts: The Right Slice of the Pie
Rita O’Neill, a partner in Sullivan & Cromwell’s Los Angeles office and Co-Head of the Firm’s Global Private Equity Group, will moderate a panel discussing current trends and issues facing buyers and sellers in carveout transactions, including special considerations for navigating multi-jurisdictional carveouts.
October 5— Shifting Sands or Quicksand?: Negotiating Antitrust Risk in Today’s Climate
Scott Crofton, a New York-based partner in Sullivan & Cromwell’s Mergers & Acquisitions Group, will join a panel that focuses on the latest trends in negotiating antitrust risk allocation provisions between buyers and sellers in a world of increasing antitrust enforcement risk and uncertainty.
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