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(LWYL 550) International Deals - London

Faculty: Frederick Heller

2 credit(s)
Concentration(s): International Law (MSLS), International Law (LLMC), International Law (JD)

Why are corporate transactions structured in the way that they are? This course explores the business lawyer’s role in (1) creating value by helping clients identify, assess, and manage business risks through efficient contract design while (2) simultaneously achieving the optimal legal, tax or regulatory treatment for the deal. The course includes case studies of actual transactions, with special emphasis on cross-border deals. No prior business knowledge or coursework is required.