Understanding the Use of Financial Accounting Provisions in Private Acquisition Agreements
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Understanding the Use of Financial Accounting Provisions in Private Acquisition Agreements

Understanding the Use of Financial Accounting Provisions in Private Acquisition Agreements
Product Code: 5070652
Author: Mark Stoneman
Publication Date: April 2012
ISBN: 978-1-62722-273-0
Page Count: 160
Trim Size: 6 x 9 Paperbound
Sponsoring Entities: Business Law Section
Topics: Business Law, Financial Management, Mergers & Acquisitions
Format: Book - 5070652
Pricing: $69.95 (Regular)
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About this Book

To provide you with the tools you need to provide better lines of communication between those drafting acquisition agreements and their clients, this guide provides you with a number of issues relevant to valuation, financial accounting, and drafting acquisition agreements. It is a useful and practical guide to practitioners in identifying issues that are likely to be confronted in the context of drafting financial accounting provisions and will help you understand the concepts related to both valuation and accounting in order to ensure that financial accounting provisions in acquisition agreements related to the information is relevant. While lawyers are not expected to master this subject, some knowledge is necessary to ensure that you are able to prepare documents that conform to their client's expectations.

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