Mergers Acquisitions Yearbook 2000

  • Belgium

    By Wim Dejonghe Loeff Claeys Verbeke, Antwerp

  • Canada

    By the M&A Practice Group of Smith Lyons, Toronto

  • Czech Republic

    Summary of the present climate in the jurisdictionBy Martin Kubánek of Gleiss Lutz Hootz Hirsch

  • Finland

    M&A - ManiaBy Jyrki Tahtinen and Andreas Doepel of Borenius & Kemppinen, Helsinki

  • France

    By Steven Wolfram and Ramesh Gajraj of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, Paris

  • Germany

    German companies' compensation devices By Roland Steinmeyer of Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, Berlin

  • India

    Regulatory aspects of mergers and acquisitionsBy Ravinder Nath of Rajinder Narain & Co, New Delhi

  • Indonesia

    Provisions on mergers, consolidations and acquisitions By Ira Eddymurthy, Bagus Suksmo and Darrell Johnson of Soewito, Suhardiman, Eddymurthy & Kardono, Jakarta

  • Italy

    A few lessons from recent Italian takeover contestsBy Studio Legale Bisconti, Milan and Rome

  • Mexico

    By Manuel Solano, Terri Grosselin and Mario Prats of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mexico City

  • The Netherlands

    By Ewout J Stumphius and François MBK Hoenjet of Loyens & Loeff, Rotterdam

  • Norway

    By Jo Rodin of Andersen Legal, Oslo By Jo Rodin of Andersen Legal, Oslo

  • Poland

    By Lech Zyzylewski of Wierzbowski & Szubielska, Warsaw

  • Portugal

    By Isabel Crespo of PLMJ, Lisbon

  • Singapore

    By Lee Suet-Fern of Wong Partnership, Singapore

  • Spain

    New legal framework for stock options By Francisco Aldavero and Antonio Tapia of Araoz & Rueda Abogados, Madrid

  • United States

    SEC rules on cross-border offers and rights offerings Meredith Brown, Paul Bird and James Kiernan of Debevoise & Plimpton, New York and London

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