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Corporate Acquisitions and Mergers in Serbia

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ISBN13: 9789041161055
Published: April 2015
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Paperback
Price: £44.00



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Derived from Kluwer’s multi-volume Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions , the largest and most detailed database of M&A know-how available anywhere in the world, this work by a highly experienced team of lawyers in the leading international law firm Kinstellar provides a concise, practical analysis of current law and practice relating to mergers and acquisitions of public and private companies in Serbia.

The book offers a clear explanation of each step in the acquisition process from the perspectives of both the purchaser and the seller. Key areas covered include:

  • structuring the transaction;
  • due diligence;
  • contractual protection;
  • consideration;
  • and the impact of applicable company, competition, tax, intellectual property, environmental and data protection law on the acquisition process.
Corporate Acquisitions and Mergers is an invaluable guide for both legal practitioners and business executives seeking a comprehensive yet practical analysis of mergers and acquisitions in Serbia.

Equivalent analyses of M&A law and practice in some 50 other jurisdictions, all contributed by leading law firms, are accessible on-line at www.kluwerlawonline.com. under Corporate Acquisitions and Mergers.

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Subjects:
European Jurisdictions, Serbia
Contents:
Local Economic, Political and Cultural Aspects
The Regulatory Framework
Merger Controls. Antitrust/Competition Issues
Taxation Aspects
Employment Considerations
Accounting Treatment
Future Developments