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敵対的買収への対抗策

Takeover Defense: Mergers and Acquisitions, 7th Edition

Arthur Fleischer, Jr., Alexander R. Sussman

2 vols. Looseleaf. 2010 to date.(追録年1回)

Aspen Publishers. ISBN: 9780735594142

¥154,959

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買収対象企業の観点から、敵対的買収への防御策に関する法務を詳解した文献。公開買付けや株主関係に関するSEC新規則等を織り込み、買収対象企業が採りうる法務戦略を多くの実例や書式などの資料を交えて詳解しています。好評を博した「Takeover Defense, 6th Ed.(2000)」の改訂版です。

【Summary Table of Contents】

第1巻 解説編(TEXT)

Ch.1 Introduction

Ch.2 Advance Planning

Ch.3 Director's Fiduciary Duties

Ch.4 State Takeover Statutes and Other Regulation

Ch.5 The Poison Pill Defense

Ch.6 Charter and Bylaw Protections

Ch.7 Employee Benefit Plans and Executive Compensation Arrangement

Ch.8 Responding to a Prospective Hostile Bidder or a Raider

Ch.9 Responding to a Tender Offer

Ch.10 Proxy Contests

Ch.11 Litigation Against Raider and Activist Investors

Ch.12 Antitrust Considerations

Ch.13 Recapitalizations and Restructurings

Ch.14 Selling or Merging the Company

第2巻 資料編(EXHIBITS)

関連法規則、SEC各種スケジュール、委任状、定款条項例など80種もの関連資料を収録。

【Table of Contents】

VOLUME 1 TEXT

Ch.1 Introduction

1.01 Overview

1.02 The Need for Preparedness

1.03 Regulatory Framework

1.04 Tender and Exchange Offer Regulation

Ch.2 Advance Planning

2.01 First Steps

2.02 Defensive Steps

2.03 The Target's Disclosure Obligations

Ch.3 Director's Fiduciary Duties

3.01 Director's Fiduciary Duties in Takeovers and Mergers

3.02 Evolution of Unocal Principles for Takeover Defense

3.03 Standards and Procedures for Board Approval of Defensive Actions

3.04 Unocal Applied in Recapitalization and "Independence" Case

3.05 Director Liability and Indemnification

Ch.4 State Takeover Statutes and Other Regulation

4.01 Introduction

4.02 History

4.03 Strategic Considerations

4.04 Constitutional Issues

4.05 Business Combination Statutes

4.06 Other State Takeover Statutes

4.07 Defensive Internal Affaires Regulation

4.08 Federal and State Change-of-Control Laws in Regulated Industries

4.09 Reincorporation

Ch.5 The Poison Pill Defense

5.01 Overview of the Poison Pill

5.02 The Pill's Effectiveness and Limitations

5.03 Relationship to Other Takeover Defenses

5.04 Evolution of the Poison Pill

5.05 The Standard Flip-In Pill

5.06 The Legality of the Poison Pill

5.07 Procedures for Implementing a Poison Pill

5.08 The Pill Redemption Cases

5.09 Securities Law Issues

5.10 Quasi-Pills

5.11 The Future of the Pill

Ch.6 Charter and Bylaw Protections

6.01 Types of Protections: Their Use and Importance

6.02 Legal Requirements

6.03 The Practicalities of Adoption and Approval

6.04 SRO One Share / One Vote Policy

6.05 Controlling Changes in the Board of Directors

6.06 Shareholder Action Provisions

6.07 Requirement of a Supermajority Shareholder Vote for Certain Transactions

6.08 Fair Price Provisions

6.09 Anti-Greenmail Provision

6.10 Consideration of Social, Economic, and Other Factors in Evaluating a Bid

6.11 "Shark Repellents" in Debt Instruments

Ch.7 Employee Benefit Plans and Executive Compensation Arrangement

7.01 Introduction

7.02 Process for Reviewing and Designing Benefit Protections

7.03 General Considerations

7.04 Specific Protections Afforded to Employees

7.05 Protective Trusts

7.06 Code Section 162(m)

7.07 Code Section 280G

7.08 Code Section 409A

7.09 Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs)

7.10 Disclosure Requirements

7.11 Severance Agreements under ERISA

7.12 Legal Standards Applicable to the Adoption of Benefit Protection Arrangements

7.13 The Role of Organized Labor in Corporate Takeovers

7.14 Recent Developments under the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008

Ch.8 Responding to a Prospective Hostile Bidder or a Rader

8.01 Responding to Share Accumulation

8.02 Responding to Proposals

8.03 Stockholder List and Books and Records Requests

8.04 Dispute Settlement: Buyback or Standstill Agreements

Ch.9 Responding to a Tender Offer

9.01 Board Evaluation of Takeover Bids and Tender Offers

9.02 Schedule 14D-9

9.03 Rule 14d-5 Bidder Mailing Rights

9.04 Target Stockholder Agreements

9.05 Counter-Tender Offer

9.06 Tax Treatment of Takeover Defense Costs

Ch.10 Proxy Contests

10.01 Introduction

10.02 Takeover Defense Issue under the SEC Proxy Rules

10.03 State Law Considerations

10.04 Consent Solicitations

10.05 Defending Against Proxy Fights by a Bidder

10.06 Proxy Fights Designed to Force Economic Action by the Target

10.07 Proxy Fights for Board Representation or Control

10.08 Stockholder Proposals

10.09 Proxy Voting and Counting

10.10 Proxy Litigation

Ch.11 Litigation Against Raiders and Activist Investors

11.01 Strategic Considerations

11.02 Suing an Accumulator

11.03 Challenging a Tender Offer

11.04 Special Defenses against Foreign Raiders

Ch.12 Antitrust Considerations

12.01 Introduction: The Role of the Government Antitrust Enforcement

12.02 Federal Enforcement

12.03 DOJ and FTC Merger Guidelines

12.04 The Hart-Scott-Rodino Act

12.05 State Enforcement

12.06 International Enforcement

12.08 Antitrust Litigation Against Raiders

Ch.13 Recapitalizations and Restructurings

13.01 Introduction

13.02 Changing the Capital Structure

13.03 Sales of Divisions, Liquidations, and Spin-Offs

13.04 White Squires

13.05 Stock Purchase Plans and Self-Tenders

13.06 Controlled Combination Transactions

Ch.14 Selling or Merging the Company

14.01 Introduction

14.02 Board Fiduciary Duties in Sales and Mergers

14.03 When Does "Revlon Mode" Generally Occur?

14.04 Consequences of the "Revlon Mode"

14.05 Deal Protection

14.06 Leveraged Buyouts (LBOs), Management Buyouts (MBOs) and Private Equity

14.07 Certain Merger Agreement Issues

14.08 Sales of Majority Controlled Companies

14.09 Issues for Investment Bankers

VOLUME 2 EXHIBITS