Activists Eye Inversion Deals as New Bargaining Chip

Apr 15, 2014

“Several public transactions have been done, and so there are both public blueprints, but equally importantly there is a track record for the behavior of stock after the announcement and after the consummation of a deal. Those are at least as important to companies as the confidence that their lawyers can get the deal done.”

- Linda Z. Swartz, chair of Cadwalader’s Tax Group, commenting in Law360 about the increasing popularity of inversion transactions.

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