Transactional Training Resource Guide
Tina L. Stark © 2017
Emory University School of Law, Professor in the Practice of Law and Executive Director of Emory’s Center on Transactional Law and Practice
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Intellectual Property Due Diligence in Corporate Transactions: Investment, Risk Assessment and Management (1998).
Due Diligence in Business Transactions (2004).
Representations, Warranties and Legal Due Diligence in Venture Financings
20 Insights: The Corporate & Securities Law Advisor 7 (February 2006).
Due Diligence for Global Deal Making (2002).
Manual on Acquisition Review (1995).
Conducting a Due Diligence Review
These training materials offer training in performing corporate due diligence. They were developed by ALI-ABA, the Practising Law Institute, and Continuing Education of the Bar (California) in collaboration with U.S. and Canadian law firms. The materials simulate a due diligence investigation in connection with the acquisition of an operating subsidiary. Lawyers review a due diligence request list, minute books, corporate stock book, and contracts. In working through the exercises, lawyers learn how to apply their analytical and reasoning skills to a due diligence investigation, as well as the salient substantive issues that should be explored in a due diligence investigation. These materials are excellent.
Continuing Legal Education Programs
Continuing legal education programs have courses on due diligence on a regular basis. Search in PLI and ALI-ABA for the most recent course books.
Westlaw Quick Reference Guide: Due Diligence Resources on Westlaw