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The Williams Act—Tender Offers and Stock Accumulations, 2020-2021 ed. (Securities Law Handbook Series)

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Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2020
ISBN: 9781731971944
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update format: N/A

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The Williams Act—Tender Offers and Stock Accumulations, 2020-2021 ed. (Securities Law Handbook Series)

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The Williams Act – Tender Offers and Stock Accumulations tells you how to make filings of a Schedule 13D or Schedule 13G. This practical guide includes a step-by-step list of what a tender offeror and a target company should do in a tender offer. Corporate lawyers, securities lawyers, investors that take greater that 5% positions in public companies, companies that are subject to a Schedule 13D or Schedule 13G filing, target companies in a tender offer, and law schools will find this work helpful.

There are three lists of the steps – a friendly tender offer, a hostile tender offer, and a hostile tender offer that becomes friendly. The text covers:

  • The definition of tender offer
  • How to determine what to disclose in a Schedule 13D or 13G
  • How to determine if a group is formed
  • Identifying securities a person beneficially owns
  • When you can sue to attack a false Schedule 13D or Schedule 13G
  • What a target company can do to defend itself against a tender offer