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EXPLAINER: CONTRACTS 101

EXPLAINER: CONTRACTS 101 This post was co-authored by Ryan Reiffert, San Antonio corporate & transactional attorney and  Evan Janssen, a student at St. Mary’s School of Law Background Contracts are no strangers at the Law Offices of Ryan Reiffert, PLLC. I assist with and review personal transactions, business agreements, government procurement documents, investment contracts, and …

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Top 10 Largest Mergers & Acquistions since 2010

This post was co-authored by Evan Janssen, a student at St. Mary’s School of Law, and Ryan Reiffert, San Antonio corporate & transactional attorney.   In this article, we will discuss the ten largest mergers or acquisitions worldwide since 2010. From media providers to food products, massive mergers and acquisitions between companies have been much …

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How to Purchase (or Sell) a Business Now in 5 Steps

How to Purchase (or Sell) a Business Now in 5 Steps So you want to purchase a business but you are not sure how to go about the process and close the purchase in the right way. LAW OFFICES OF RYAN REIFFERT PLLC has published this guide to help you in this high-stakes process. Based …

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Transition Services Agreements: overview and new developments

A key component of some M&A transactions is the Transition Services Agreement, or TSA. The TSA essentially answers the question: what services is the seller required to continue providing to the buyer, for how long, and upon what terms? The TSA is a separate legal agreement from the acquisition agreement, covering certain services to be …

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Is Your Deal’s “Exclusive Remedy” Really Exclusive? Delaware Chancellors Say… Maybe Not

The Delaware Court of Chancery is the premier forum for complex corporate law disputes. The Chancellors recently clarified some issues regarding the exclusivity (or lack thereof) of purportedly exclusive termination fees for M&A deals, including an exercise in precise reading of contractual language. Corporate lawyers and other deal professionals should all be paying attention. The Deal In …

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Goldman Sachs Will Reject Your IPO if Your Board is All Straight White Men

Goldman Sachs hardly needs an introduction – it is one of the largest, most prominent, and most prestigious investment banks and underwriters of initial public offerings (or IPOs) and an economic titan. This January, Goldman made some waves in the world of corporate boards. David Solomon, Goldman’s CEO, issued a bold statement from the World …

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