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When structuring mergers and acquisitions, theres only one way to be sure that youve thought of all the tax and legal consequences: rely on Ginsburg and Levin as you plan, develop, and execute your strategies. In four information-packed volumesMoreWhen structuring mergers and acquisitions, theres only one way to be sure that youve thought of all the tax and legal consequences: rely on Ginsburg and Levin as you plan, develop, and execute your strategies. In four information-packed volumes these expert practitioners offer: solutions to real-life M&A problems, step-by-step analysis of typical and non-typical transactional permutations, and checklists, flow charts, and other at-a-glance practice materials. Whether you represent the buyer, the seller, or another interested party, you can go straight to a model agreement that gives you: - A complete document structured to embody your clients interest - Clauses addressing a wide variety of specific situations - Specific language for even the smallest variations youre likely to encounter. From the moment you start examining proposed acquisitions, Ginsburg and Levin are there for you. They spell out what to look for as you evaluate ways of structuring the transaction--essential considerations such as: - taxable vs. tax-free acquisitions - double tax vs. single tax on sellers - stepped-up basis vs. carryover basis for acquired assets - deductibility of interest on amounts borrowed to pay for an acquisition - allocating to covenants not to compete and other intangibles - obtaining the benefits of NOLs and other tax attributes - acquiring, or being acquired by a subchapter S corporation - handling stock options and other executive compensation - SEC considerations - accounting rules - fraudulent conveyance pitfalls...and much more, with clear, situation-based strategic guidance that uses all available laws to ensure the most favorable tax and legal outcomes for your client. Mergers,Acquisitions and Buyouts is also available as a print and CD-ROM combination offer. The CDs are linked to cases, the IRS Code, Treasury Regulations, and Revenue Rulings.