Synopsis: M&A Deal Strategies, 2011 ed.: Leading Lawyers on Conducting Due Diligence, Negotiating Representations and Warranties, and Succeeding in a Post-Recession Market (Inside the Minds).
June 18, 2014 by wilsonneelynyc
The 2011 edition of M&A Deal Strategies, published each year by legal printing house Aspatore Books, engages prominent lawyers such as Wilson Neely and Brian D. Barnard, who have extensive experience in the complex area of mergers and acquisitions. Within its pages, partners at some of the world’s most reputable law firms describe best practices and reveal insider insight regarding representation during M&A deals. Wilson Neely, a partner at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP and a 2011 New York Super Lawyer, authors the chapter entitled “Conflicting Objectives for M&A Lawyers,” a piece based on his 20 years of experience in corporate law. He provides advice on navigating intellectual property concerns and client objectives within the current economic state, and offers critical insight that can lead to clinching the deal. Neely has also published articles exploring the effects of congressional legislature on private equity and hedge funds, and the workings of the American Recovery and Investment Act of 2009.