M&A Lab: Learning Lessons, Select Case Studies (2015)

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February 12, 2015

M&A Lab: Learning Lessons, Select Case Studies (2015)

Dear Friend,

We are delighted to share our private publication, M&A Lab: Learning Lessons, Select Case Studies (2015). This research publication analyses some of the landmark M&A deals of 2014, namely:

  • Sun Pharma – Ranbaxy: A Panacea for Ranbaxy’s ills?
  • Reliance – Network18: Reliance tunes into Network18!
  • Thomas Cook – Sterling Holidays: Let’s Holiday Together!

As a law-firm, we are deeply committed towards research, knowledge sharing and thought leadership. Our M&A Lab dissects major deals from a strategic, legal, regulatory and tax perspective- both Indian and international.

This publication would be of interest to Chairmen, CEOs, General-counsels, Board-members, decision makers and learning institutions. The case studies present lessons from select M&A deals, which we believe would assist in making informed decisions in future transactions.

We hope you find this publication useful and interesting. For a detailed analysis of the commercial, legal, regulatory and tax considerations and to access the publication, please click here.

Feel free to reach us for feedback, queries or further information.

Best wishes and warm regards,

M&A Team


The contents of this M&A Lab should not be construed as legal opinion. View detailed disclaimer.

This M&A Lab provides general information existing at the time of preparation. The M&A Lab is intended as a news update and Nishith Desai Associates neither assumes nor accepts any responsibility for any loss arising to any person acting or refraining from acting as a result of any material contained in this M&A Lab. It is recommended that professional advice be taken based on the specific facts and circumstances. This M&A Lab does not substitute the need to refer to the original pronouncements.

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