December 14, 2020

Unexpected Lessons in M&A: Key Takeaways from 2020 and Predictions for 2021

On-demand Webinar
60 minute CLE, in partnership with

Legal professionals in the M&A space convene for a year-in-review discussion in this on-demand free 60-minute CLE*, in association with ABA.

Topics covered include sector spotlights and the impact of the pandemic and U.S. elections on global dealmaking. Panelists will also share best practices for legal advisors and their predictions for the new year.

PANELISTS

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Poonam Kumar

Partner - Corporate, DLA Piper

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Joe Perillo

Partner and Co-Chair of Corporate & Transactional, Locke Lord

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John Greer

Partner and Chair of Corporate, Latham & Watkins

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Steve Tie Shue

Legal Advisory Segment Lead, Datasite (Moderator)

*Please note - this replay and related assets are free for ABA members. Non-members, please use promo code 1220DAT to zero out the fee.  Review CLE eligibility and requirements for your state on the ABA registration page.

 

Seizing the Moment: M&A Lawyers Prepare for 2021 [Infographic]

Corporate lawyers faced unexpected challenges and market volatility as dealmakers in 2020. What's in store for 2021? View the infographic based on audience polling results from our recent live webinar "Unexpected Lessons in M&A", in partnership with ABA.

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The above link will take you to the registration page on americanbar.org, View the replay for free with code 1220DAT .

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