Speaking Engagements

What to Do When Someone Wants to Buy the Business

TexasBarCLE Essentials of Business Law Course
03.07.14

1-2 p.m. CST

Gardere Corporate Partners Greg Meeks and Daniel L. Cohen are scheduled to present "What to Do When Someone Wants to Buy the Business" at the Friday session of the upcoming TexasBarCLE Essentials of Business Law Course. They will discuss different structures for merger & acquisition transactions, how to get money out of your business transactions, indemnity and post-closing adjustments.

The two-day event will be March 6-7 in Houston at the Crown Plaza River Oaks Hotel, and 12.75 hours of MCLE credit (three hours of ethics) are available. 

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