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US vs UK Private M+A: Bridging the Transatlantic Divide

How different is an M&A sale transaction if the buyer is from the US rather than the UK?

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The State of Play: Business travel to the United States from the United Kingdom

Travel between the United Kingdom and the United States remains extremely restricted at this time, with no specific dates set for a return to normal procedures. The following is a brief review of where things stand for business travellers looking to visit the United States. As the rules are evolving rapidly, the details below are subject to change and should not be relied upon without further independent confirmation.

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The what, how and why on UK businesses doing a “Delaware Flip” to break in to the US market

Putting in place a Delaware holding company structure is a time-consuming process but may allow a company to access more capital and create increased shareholder value over the long term. 

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Buyer & Seller Beware - New Foreign Investment Guidelines

The proposed National Security and Investment Bill was given its first reading in Parliament on November 20th, this new bill is designed to protect national security and protect the UK’s infrastructure. In short, if passed, the Bill will allow the Government “powers to investigate and intervene in potentially hostile foreign direct investment.

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US vs UK Private M&A – Two agreements divided by a common language?

Our US Team has advised on several transatlantic sale transactions in recent months – rather bucking the trend. With M&A activity expected to rebound by year-end, we thought it timely to share our experiences and outline the main differences to expect when dealing with a US buyer in a corporate sale transaction.

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